B.S. in Agriculture

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The BS in Agriculture covers agriscience and technology. Options are offered in agriscience and education; animal science; and crops, horticulture, and land resource management. State-of-the-art procedures reflect the science-based nature of agriculture and natural resource management in the 21st century. A student can choose either to concentrate in a single option or emphasize a broad overview. The program is designed for hands-on-learning. A rigorous industry-based internship program, undergraduate research experiences and a variety of learning activities at the University Farm, also known as the Agricultural Teaching and Research Center, give this program its reputation for student-centered learning.