Missouri State University - West Plains

Agriculture

Why study agriculture?

Agriculture has long been an important part of the U.S. economy. Technological advances have significantly increased agriculture output over the years and agriculture continues to be one of the top industries in the U.S. in terms of total employment.

Missouri State University-West Plains offers several agriculture courses. Students may complete an Associate of Applied Science in General Agriculture or complete individual courses, for use as electives in other degree programs or just for continuing education. Students with this degree may elect to continue their education at a four-year institution.

Students may choose to complete a four-year Bachelor of Applied Science Degree in General Agriculture completing on the West Plains campus. This degree is offered as part of the Agriculture Pathways Program.

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Department Head:

Assistant Professor of Agriculture/Entrepreneurship
Missouri State-West Plains
Lybyer Enhanced Technology Center T209B
128 Garfield Avenue
West Plains, MO 65775
417-255-7278

Degree Information Sheets

The degree information sheets provide detailed information of course requirement and career informations. Some contain sample recommended course sequences.

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