The mission of the agriculture program is to address the educational needs of individuals interested in range management, domestic livestock, wildlife management, soil and plant sciences, and production processes and techniques.
Students in this program will develop the knowledge, skills, competencies, and attitudes so they will be able to:
Life is not a spectator sport, nor is learning! Many of our classes have labs which include field work, allowing for experiential learning and real-life application of concepts learned in the classroom.
School of BEAMSS
Dr. Teresa Frink, Chair
Associate Professor, Agriculture & Rangeland Management
Mr. Anthony Perlinkski
Department of Applied Sciences
Assistant Professor, Agriculture & Rangeland Management
Dr. Ron Bolze
Lecturer, Agriculture & Rangeland Management
Mr. Dustin Luper
Instructor, Equine Management & Coach, CSC Rodeo Team
Please Note: During the summer months (May–August), these offices are not staffed and phone calls may not be answered.