Academic Programs in Agriculture
The Department of Agriculture has academic programs that prepare graduates to pursue multiple interests and careers. Our programs combine classroom work, faculty mentorship and real-world agriculture and business experience.
The Department of Agriculture offers two undergraduate degrees, the Bachelor of Science in Agricultural Business and the Bachelor of Science in Agriculture. The Agriculture major is further split into 4 specialized areas of study that students may choose from. A minor in Agriculture is also offered, requiring a minimum of 20 credit hours and a 12 credit hour certificate program of study in Agricultural Business is also available for those pursing other majors.
Our online Bachelor of Science in Agricultural Business program prepares graduates for multiple careers by providing the combination of classroom work, faculty mentorship, and real-world agricultural and business experience. This 120-credit hour program is designed to allow individuals to obtain a Bachelor’s degree, while studying from anywhere, through the Virtual College.
On Campus Agriculture Programs
Bachelor of Science degree in Agricultural Business
Bachelor of Science degree in Agriculture (explore each option below)
Pre-Veterinary Medicine Program
Minor in Agriculture
The Minor in Agriculture consists of a minimum of 20 credit hours and can be added to any major.
Certificate in Agricultural Business
This certificate consists of 12 credit hours and can be added to any major.
Online Agriculture Program
Learn more about this unique online program.