Associate of Applied Science ∙ Program Code: 247 ∙ Credit Hours: 60 ∙ Contact Hours: 62
Associate Dean: Pam Miller∙ MSU Contact: Brian Matchett
In cooperation with Michigan State University
A cooperative, specialty Associate of Applied Science (AAS) degree between North Central Michigan College and the Institute of Agricultural Technology of Michigan State University (MSU). General education coursework is completed through North Central with technical skills coursework completed through the MSU Institute of Agricultural Technology. Technical skill options include either (1) Landscape and Nursery or (2) Applied Plant Science with concentrations in Commercial Horticulture Operations or in Commercial Turfgrass Operations. The MSU Institute of Agricultural Technology courses are offered on the campus of Northwestern Michigan College in Traverse City and lead to separate certification from MSU after a minimum of 48 credits of the required partnership coursework are earned in one of the MSU Certificate option areas. For detailed information about MSU's coursework and certification, contact Brian Matchett, Advisor, Instructor, Ag Tech Program Coordinator, MSU Northern Michigan Plant Science Program, at (231) 995-1719, or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Program Credit Overview: 60 Credit Hours
NCMC Program Requirements (23 credit hours)
MSU and NMC Program Requirements (19 credit hours)