Missouri State University

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Specializing in food forage and natural resources

At the William H. Darr School of Agriculture, we integrate excellence in teaching, service and research into each of our nine undergraduate and three graduate programs. You will be able to follow your passion in a number of agricultural disciplines through courses that provide specialization in your program and broad-base knowledge crucial to all agriculture areas.

Whether through internships, laboratory experiences or research opportunities, the School of Agriculture provides hands-on learning opportunities to expand your working knowledge of agriculture issues to better serve your community and organizations as both a student and professional.

The Springfield and Mountain Grove campuses

Our programs integrate hands-on experiences at our numerous agriculture facilities on both the Springfield and Mountain Grove campuses at Missouri State. While the Springfield location is the primary home for the Darr School of Agriculture, the Mountain Grove campus supports a number of plant research opportunities, including the creation of disease-resistant grape varieties and integrated pest management. As a student, you may participate in these nationally recognized research projects, allowing you to apply your education directly and learn through experience.

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