This two-year program prepares students for a wide variety of managerial and technical jobs. Graduates receive an associate of agriculture degree.
An occupational internship is required and usually fulfilled during the summer between the first and second years. Options include applied agricultural management and landscape and turfgrass management. Areas of emphasis include agribusiness management, livestock management, landscape design, landscape construction, landscape maintenance, and sports turf management.
There is a separate admission process that may be found here.
- Animal and Poultry Sciences
- Biochemistry (College of Agriculture)
- Crop and Soil Sciences
- Dairy Science
- Environmental Horticulture
- Food Science and Technology
- General Biosciences
- Water: Resources, Policy, and Management