Bachelor of Science in Agriculture (B.S.A.)
College: College of Agriculture
Agricultural Education Emphasis
The focus of the program is to prepare outstanding future educators and leaders in the public and private sectors. The Agricultural Education program is structured around the needs of students and their career goals. Students in the program are required to take personal responsibility for their education to include involvement and participation in courses and extracurricular activities which are essential to learning and future career success. Formal and informal learning experiences are designed to enable students to successfully progress through the program encouraging academic and professional development as well as personal growth.
Agricultural Science Emphasis
The Agricultural Science emphasis at A-State offers students access to a broad array of agriculture discipline areas. This emphasis allows the student to develop a diverse knowledge within five major agriculture areas, Agricultural Business, Agricultural Studies, Animal Science, Plant and Soil Science, and Technology. In addition to our Agriculture core classes, the student selects twelve hours in each of the discipline areas. An additional 18 hours minor is required and can be used to enhance a specialized area of study which will serve the student’s specific needs or interests. Many graduates become involved with agriculture business and production entities.
Agricultural Systems Technology Emphasis
The Agricultural Systems Technology Science emphasis at A-State offers students access to a broad array of agriculture and technology discipline areas. This emphasis allows the student to develop a diverse knowledge of agriculture and technology.
Agricultural Communications Emphasis
Agricultural Communications emphasis is also available.