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Governor's Office of Agricultural Policy
Kentucky Agricultural Council
Kentucky Department of Agriculture
USDA (U.S. Dept. of Agriculture)
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Q: Where can I find the Agriculture requirements for my Degree Program?

A. Click the following link for the Undergraduate Degree Program.  Click the following link for the Graduate Degree Program

 

Q. Will my credits from another university transfer to WKU?

A. Click the following link to check your transfer credit equivalencies

 

Q. How do I apply for a job at the farm?

A. Click the following link for eligibility requirements. WKU Farm Job Requirements(MUST BE AN AGRICULTURE MAJOR TO APPLY)

                                                                                               WKU Farm Application

 

Q. How do I receive college credit from taking the UK Animal Science course in high school?

A. You will receive a letter from UK stating you have earned college credit for Introduction to Animal Science. You must bring your

     letter to the Department of Agriculture, EST 269, and have the Department Head sign it. (YOU MUST HAVE AN "A" OR "B" BEFORE

     THE DEPARTMENT HEAD SIGNS.) Then you take it to the Registrar's office for credit (NOTE: IF YOUR CONCENTRATION IS IN

     ANIMAL SCIENCE OR PRE-VET, YOU CAN NOT USE CREDIT FOR ANSC 140, YOU WILL HAVE TO TAKE THE COURSE.)

 

Q How do I receive college credit from taking a Skill Standard Test in high school? 

A.  You will need to bring a copy of your Certificate of Recognition to the Department of Agriculture, EST 269, and have the Office

     Associate lift the registration hold for the class.  After the hold is released, you can then register.  You will not have to do anything 

     else. At the end of the semester you will receive college credit. (NOTE: CREDIT IS COUNTED AS A GENERAL AGRICULTURE

     COURSE - CREDIT CAN NOT BE USED FOR REQUIRED COURSES).

 

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