Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources

Our agriculture program just last year celebrated its 50th year of sending qualified graduates into the field.

One of the great things about our Agribusiness and Farm Management programs, in addition to the top-notch education you receive, is the opportunity you have to participate in co-op work in the industry.

You are, literally, earning while you’re learning. Many graduates earn enough to pay for their tuition while they are earning their degree.

Check out all of our programs below!


Program Award Campus
Agribusiness Equipment Technician AAS MCC
Agribusiness Management AAS, Diploma MCC
Agribusiness - Precision Ag AAS MCC
Agriculture Systems Technology AAS MCC
Agriculture Business Transfer Major AS MCC
Agriculture Education Transfer Major AS MCC
Agronomy Transfer Major AS MCC
Animal Science Transfer Major AS MCC
Conservation Pathway, Liberal Arts AS AS MCC
Environmental, Health and Safety (EHS) AAS, Diploma, Certificate CCC, MCC, SCC
Farm Management AAS MCC
Industrial Hemp Production Diploma MCC
Renewable Energy Systems Specialist AAS SCC
Turf and Landscape AAS MCC
Veterinary Technician AAS MCC

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