Prepare Future Ag Professionals
From ancient achievements to today's amazing advancements, the field of agriculture is discovering new ways to create ideal environments for animal and plant production. With this major, you will gain competencies in technical and production agriculture as well as methods and techniques for teaching and planning courses. Additionally, you will learn to organize and conduct on-farm agricultural instruction and demonstration programs for schools and the community at large. Indoors or outdoors, you'll spread important, life-sustaining skills to future generations.
This course will teach you the techniques of agricultural communication while emphasizing principles involved in job-searching. You will become proficient in the techniques of interviewing, resume writing, letters of inquiry, etc.
This course Introduces you to the history and uses of floral art in society. You will discuss and demonstrate the principles and elements of design using floral materials.
You will examine the principles and strategies for implementing safety training and reducing risk of injuries in agricultural enterprises including shop and machinery operations, chemical applications, livestock handling, transportation and farm-based recreation.
Is this Program a Good Fit for You?
Agricultural Science and technology students are typically interested in:
- Agricultural education
- Agricultural industries
- Agricultural management
Douglas D. LaVergne, Ph.D.
Teaching is what draws me to my discipline. Teaching a student how to interpret z-scores is just as …
Robert “Bob” Williams, Ph.D.
I grew up on a small farm and have always been interested in food and agriculture. I also love peopl…
Undergraduate Program Costs
Tuition and fees for undergraduate students taking 12 credit hours are $4,212 for Texas residents and $9,108 for non-residents.