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Agriculture

Agriculture includes a variety of specialties: Agribusiness, Agricultural Sciences (Animal Sciences, Crop Science, Soil Science and Horticulture), Agricultural Mechanization and Agricultural Education. Not every school offers every specialty. Be sure to select courses in consultation with an Agriculture advisor.


Agriculture Specialties:

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Agribusiness, Farm and Financial Management
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Animal Sciences
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Crop Science and Soil Science
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Horticulture
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Agricultural Mechanization
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Agricultural Education
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For course recommendations in other Agriculture specialties (e.g., Agricultural Communications; Agricultural Engineering; Food Science, Nutrition, Hospitality Management; Forestry; International Policy and Trade; and Natural Resources, Conservation, and Environmental Studies) consult an advisor at individual schools.

Many community colleges also offer specialized Associate in Applied Science (A.A.S.) degree programs in Agriculture, some of which will also transfer to specific universities through 2+2 or capstone agreements. A.A.S degree programs are not described here. Be sure to consult the institution you plan on transferring to for course articulations.

Additional Agriculture Electives:

Select additional Agriculture courses in consultation with an Agriculture advisor from the following page:
Agriculture Electives