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Gain the accounting knowledge and technical skills to help organizations manage finances and make smart business decisions.
Adult Organizational Learning & Leadership
Gain the skills to teach or manage education and training programs in your field of technical expertise.
Gain the creative skills and media knowledge to work in the billion-dollar advertising industry.
Learn about management, marketing, finance, economics, policy, and other business topics in the context of agriculture and the food industry.
Learn to apply the tools of economics to analyze problems and reach solutions in agriculture, the food industry, community development, natural resources, international trade and related fields.
Gain the industry knowledge and practical teaching skills to become a secondary school teacher of agriculture (grades 6–12).
Agricultural Science, Communication & Leadership
Gain proficiency in several areas of agriculture and master at least one area that best prepares you for your career goals.
Agricultural Systems Management
Learn how to analyze agribusiness productivity and to improve operations through better design, use and management of equipment and systems.
Animal & Veterinary Science
Gain valuable knowledge in animal health, growth and nutrition for a career in veterinary science, livestock management, dairy production or agribusiness.
Business: Animal & Veterinary Science, B.S.
Explore business fundamentals — such as management, marketing, accounting and communication — as they apply to livestock industries.
Dairy: Animal & Veterinary Science, B.S.
Examine all aspects of milk production, from the physiology of lactation to the management of a modern dairy.
Science/Pre-Veterinary: Animal & Veterinary Science, B.S.
Prepare for a career as a veterinarian with the courses and experiences required to enter veterinary school.
Production: Animal & Veterinary Science, B.S.
Learn to raise and care for animals for meat, milk and other products and to manage daily operations of a livestock facility.
Lead original research in areas such as animal growth, nutrition or reproduction.
Explore different societies around the world and investigate human cultures of the past and present.
Apply advanced statistical and mathematical analysis to solve complex issues involving agriculture, communities, natural resources and other applied topics.
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