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BS in Agricultural Sciences - The agricultural sciences undergraduate degree prepares students for a variety of paths and includes core content around agriculture business management, introductory soil science, leadership, and communications. Students add additional technical agricultural courses from pre-approved content areas to create a personalized emphasis related to a career goal within agriculture.
Areas you can emphasize within this program include crops and plants, animal-based sciences, sustainability, education and teacher training, agricultural economics, emerging technologies, and more. You may alternately opt to generalize, taking classes from across the College of Agriculture.
Interested in learning more about the Undergraduate Degree? Go to the Agricultural Sciences Major page.
Within the Department of Agricultural Education and Agricultural Sciences, students can receive the following minors.
Check out some of the Frequently Asked Questions about the Agricultural Sciences and Agricultural Education degree programs.
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