As an agriculture major you’ll take Core Program courses that lay a foundation upon which to build your career. Courses in the natural sciences, humanities, and social sciences will help you develop a comprehensive view of agriculture, regardless of your program emphasis.
We offer B.S. degrees and a B.A. degree in agriculture, with seven emphases. We also offer a two-year associate degree and support a pre-veterinary program.
- Agriculture—for any of variety of agricultural careers.
- Agribusiness—for a business career in the agriculture industry, farm management, or related business fields.
- Agriculture education—for teaching agriculture at the high school level.
- Animal science—for pre-veterinary programs, graduate school, and careers in livestock production or related services.
- Ag missions—for working in agriculture on the mission field.
- Biotechnology—for biotechnology-related areas, including research.
- Plant science—for graduate study or a career in agronomy, pest management, or horticulture.
- Pre-veterinary program—for meeting the requirements of the school you’ll attend.
- Associate of agriculture—a two-year associate degree that will move directly into a job after graduation.
You can also combine interests in agriculture and engineering.