Agriculture - Plant and Soil Science

The Agriculture program offers several degree tracks for students which include Plant and Soil Science, Ag Business, Animal Science and Integrated Ag Systems. Certificate, Associate in Applied Sciences degrees (AAS) and transfer options are available.

Agriculture Science combines the fields of biology and chemistry with a practical understanding of crop management. The primary objectives of the program are to offer students technical knowledge in the areas of soils and fertilizers, pests and control procedures, and crop management. These objectives are accomplished with lecture/discussion periods, lab exercises, and field trips to production enterprise areas. Many courses are available for distance learning for students. The Agriculture Science curriculum is reviewed by an advisory committee composed of local and regional industry members and adheres to national and state skill standards.

Career Opportunities

    • Farm/Ranch Managers
    • Sales Representatives
    • Agricultural Technicians
    • Field Personnel
    • Agronomists


Matthew Williams

Phone: (509) 527-4696

Walla Walla Campus 500 Tausick Way Walla Walla, WA 99362


Inspiring students to reach their fullest potential in terminal, transfer, and job-related courses of study.

Program Outcomes

  • Provide students with the highest level of instruction by offering the latest concepts in agriculture.
  • To attract, retain, and graduate competent students into the Agriculture Science industry.
  • Keep program on "cutting edge" of agriculture by involving industry in curriculum development and verification of student learning outcomes.
  • Articulate the Agriculture Science program horizontally with other related WWCC programs, and vertically, with regional high schools and universities.
  • Educate and graduate students who possess the knowledge and skills to participate in the agriculture industry with confidence, or continue their education at the university level with the same confidence.