Smith Hall, Room 109
Clive W. Holland, Chair
Garth B. Woodruff
Agronomy Faculty - to be filled 2014-2015
Thomas N. Chittick
Larry H. Adams
Stanley H. Beikmann
Robin J. Kniebes
M. Lee LaVanway
Holly D. Shaffer
Bachelor of Science. The BS degree prepares individuals to pursue advanced degrees for careers in teaching or research. Students may major in agriculture, animal science,horticulture or landscape design with a minor to complement their intended purpose.
Bachelor of Technology. The BT degree is a career specialist’s degree. Graduates are prepared for supervisory and management positions in production agriculture such as crops or dairy herd management, horticulture or the landscape industry.
Associate of Technology. The two-year AT degree programs provide students with adequate skills and working knowledge to apply for entry-level positions in their area of specialization.
ProgramsAssociate of TechnologyBachelor of ScienceBachelor of TechnologyMinorPre-Professional Program