Agriculture is a dynamic, diversified field with a great need for graduates trained in the liberal arts as well as the scientific and practical components of agricultural production. Students benefit from the Agriculture Department's strong academic program which is coupled with available experiences in on-campus farm production, farm management, and industry internships. The department has excellent facilities in both the academic program and the work education area. It is an exciting time to be a part of this unique program!
Students who study agriculture may select one, or two, of the following areas as their academic major:
- Agriculture Development
- Agriculture Education
- Animal Science
- Conservation and Wildlife Management