Environmental Agriculture and Natural Resources

The agricultural sector is a highly competitive industry creating new challenges in identifying global and domestic markets; improving business planning, financing, risk management, and productivity; and reducing costs. Advances in science and technology, in particular biotechnology, will continue to drive innovation and growth in this career cluster. Pathway: Agriculture Science


Curriculum for Agriculture Science Education (CASE)

Offered at Easton High School

The Curriculum for Agricultural Science Education (CASE) is a program within the Environmental, Agricultural, and Natural Resources Career Cluster. CASE prepares students to be successful in numerous careers in the agricultural sciences as well as preparing them to further their education at the post-secondary level. 

Possible Careers: Plant Breeders & Geneticists, Soil & Water Specialists, Botanists, Greenhouse Managers, Agricultural Educators

Successful students may obtain college credits through the University of Maryland; College Park-College of Agriculture and Natural Resources Institute of Applied Agriculture and receive articulated college credit from Chesapeake College.

Agriculture Course Sequence
Course 1 Course 2 Course 3 Course 4 Course 5 Course 6 Electives
Introduction to Agriculture Food, and Natural Resources Plant Science or Animal Science Plant Science or Animal Science Animal and Plant Biotechnology Agricultural Research and Development (Capstone) Veterinary Science and Aquatic Science