Vineyard Management

Chemeketa Community College
United States
Qualification
Associate Degree
Study mode
Full-time
Duration
2 years
Tuition fee (local)
US$ 9,118
Tuition fee (foreign)
US$ 24,832

Entry Requirements

English language requirements:

  • NO TOEFL or IELTS scores are required for admissions.
     
  • Chemeketa offers comprehensive language and college level studies and can accept students at all levels.
  • All students who enter Chemeketa will take required English and/or college placement tests during orientation.
  • Test scores submitted during the admissions process are used for advising placement purposes only.
  • This process provides the student with successful class selection. 

Curriculum

  • Introduction to Microcomputer Applications
    (or higher)
  • Intermediate Algebra
  • General Viticulture
  • Wine Appreciation
  • Science of Winemaking
  • Soil Science
  • Winter Vineyard Practices
  • Introduction to Winemaking
  • Fundamentals of Chemistry for Winemaking
  • The College Essay
  • Spring Vineyard Practices
  • Technical Writing
  • Vineyard Management elective
  • Summer Vineyard Practices
  • Vineyard Pest Management
  • Fundamentals of Public Speaking 
  • First Year Spanish, Term 1
  • Fall Vineyard Practices
  • Vineyard Nutrition and Irrigation
    Management
  • Psychology of Human Relations
  • Spanish in the Vineyard.
  • First Year Spanish, Term 2
  • Vine Physiology
  • Cooperative Work Experience
  • Agriculture Business Management
  • Cooperative Work Experience
  • Vineyard Management elective
  • Principles of Marketing 
  • General Biology
  • Environmental Science 1
  • QuickBooks-Computerized Bookkeeping
  • College Chemistry
  • Chemical Methods for Analysis of Musts
    and Wines
  • Micro Database Software-Access
  • Excel-Workbooks
  • Introduction to the Internet/
    World-Wide Web
  • Plant Propagation
  • Wine Industry Exploration
  • Wines of the World
  • Wines of the Pacific Northwest
  • Introduction to Wine Marketing
  • Independent Studies
  • Science of Winemaking
  • Sensory Evaluation of Wine Varietals
  • Sensory Evaluation of Wine Components
  • Wine Production
  • Wine Clarification and Stabilization
  • Wine Aging, Filtration and Bottling
  • Winery Process Planning and Design
  • Direct to Consumer Wine Sales
    Management
  • Wine Marketing-Brand Development
  • Wine Sales & Distribution
  • Wine Consumer Behavior
  • Cooperative Work Experience
  • Basic Arc Welding

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