Missouri State University

General Agriculture (Pathways Partnership)

People working on a farm

Why study through the Agriculture Pathways Partnership?

  • The applied science in general agriculture program is taught through a cooperative partnership between Missouri State University, Crowder College, Missouri State University-West Plains, Northeast Oklahoma A&M and Redlands Community College, allowing you to remain on your campus while still taking classes.
  • As a holder of an Associate of Arts, Associate of Applied Science or Associate of Science, our program allows you to complete your bachelor’s degree in about two years.
  • Our program offers flexible scheduling through Internet, interactive television, video and intensive weekend course offerings.

Transferring to Missouri State

The applied science in general agriculture program at Missouri State is the result of a collaborative partnership between area schools that allows you to build on your associate’s education to receive a Bachelor of Applied Science in Agriculture. This program requires the completion of upper-division agricultural courses in a variety of subjects, including agribusiness, agronomy, horticulture and animal science. This degree option allows you to transfer your associate’s degree credits to Missouri State to partially fulfill the bachelor’s degree requirements.

Agriculture Pathways Partnership

The Agriculture Pathways Partnership is a collaborative effort between Missouri State University, Crowder College, Missouri State University-West Plains, Northeast Oklahoma A&M and Redlands Community College. These schools have formed a higher education coalition to offer a baccalaureate degree completion program through which students may obtain a Bachelor of Applied Science (BAS) in Agriculture.