Jessica Carter, Director
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Programs in the School of Agriculture lead to the Bachelor of Science degree with majors in Agribusiness, Animal Science, Fermentation Science, Horse Science, and Plant and Soil Science. Certification in Agricultural Education is available in Agribusiness, Animal Science, and Plant and Soil Science. A preparatory program is also offered for additional study in veterinary medicine.
Available minors include Agriculture, Fermentation Science, Poultry Science, and Precision Agriculture.
A Master of Science in Horse Science is offered. Students choose from one of three concentrations: Equine Education, Equine Physiology, or Industry Management.
Other programs include
- a Master of Education in Administration and Supervision with a concentration in Agricultural Education Leadership;
- a Master of Professional Science with a concentration in Fermentation Science; and
- a graduate minor in Agriculture.
Requirements and a list of the courses offered for graduate credit are published in the Graduate Catalog.