• lmp1
    93% Graduate Employment/Transfer rate
    That's right! Ninety-three percent of SCC's 2017 graduates found work or continued their education.
    Placement
    lmp2
    93% Graduate Employment/Transfer rate
    That's right! Ninety-three percent of SCC's 2017 graduates found work or continued their education.
    Placement
    lmp3
    93% Graduate Employment/Transfer rate
    That's right! Ninety-three percent of SCC's 2017 graduates found work or continued their education.
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Livestock Management & Production

  • Welcome

    Agriculture is a complex and technological industry. Livestock Management & Production is one area where your hands-on learning skills will easily transfer to a career.

    Overview

    The Livestock Production & Management program focuses on building a foundation based upon management, evaluation, nutrition, health, and reproduction. You will receive hands-on training on the College’s 900-acre livestock and land lab, which will be integrated in species-specific, advanced courses.
    Student learning is enhanced through the program’s renowned cooperative internship program that sends students across the U.S. and the world.

    Employment Outlook

    Because of the number of career options within the livestock field, career opportunities are abundant. Typical jobs include: livestock genetics salesperson; swine production technician; feedlot technician; animal health sales; veterinary assistant; artificial insemination technician; research technician; livestock production specialist; and conservationist.

    Starting Terms

    All Quarters.

    Livestock Management & Production-AAS

    Welcome

    Agriculture is a complex and technological industry. Livestock Management & Production is one area where your hands-on learning skills will easily transfer to a career.

    Overview

    The Livestock Production & Management program focuses on building a foundation based upon management, evaluation, nutrition, health, and reproduction. You will receive hands-on training on the College’s 900-acre livestock and land lab, which will be integrated in species-specific, advanced courses.
    Student learning is enhanced through the program’s renowned cooperative internship program that sends students across the U.S. and the world.

    Employment Outlook

    Because of the number of career options within the livestock field, career opportunities are abundant. Typical jobs include: livestock genetics salesperson; swine production technician; feedlot technician; animal health sales; veterinary assistant; artificial insemination technician; research technician; livestock production specialist; and conservationist.

    Starting Terms

    All Quarters.

    Livestock Management & Production-AAS