Why study agriculture at Missouri State?

  • Our programs integrate hands-on experiences at our numerous agriculture facilities, allowing you to apply your education directly and learn through experience.
  • The Darr College of Agriculture is located in the center of businesses, governmental agencies and production units in the food, fiber and renewable resources industry, which provides you with great networking, internship and career opportunities.
  • Through internship offerings and research experiences, you will strengthen your skills in and knowledge of agriculture, preparing you for success.

Become an expert in agriculture

This degree path provides an applied, practical education in many areas of the food, fiber and natural resources industry. You will take courses in agricultural business, natural resources, animal science and environmental plant science, which will provide a strong foundation in agriculture along with flexible career options.

This agriculture program is a track option within the Bachelor of Science in General Agriculture. Other track options include agricultural communications.

A degree in general agriculture sets you up for success in fields including farm and ranch management, government agencies, finance, conservation and more.


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