Agriculture Studies

The agriculture industry impacts every person on earth. While production agriculture (farming) is often the first thing that comes to mind when people think of ag jobs, it makes up only one percent of the careers in this industry. Agri-business, research, agronomy, and conservation are just some of the job specializations open to Agriculture degree grads.

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SCC West Burlington Campus

Fall 24 AGB-235 Introduction to Agriculture Markets
AGS-113 Survey of the Animal Industry
Spring 25 AGA-181 Introduction to Crop Science
AGB-330 Farm Business Management
AGB-336 Agricultural Selling

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