With an Associate of Science in Agriculture a student will explore the various specific areas that make up agriculture. Fields include horticulture, agronomy, forestry, natural resources, animal science, food science, agricultural mechanization, agriculture education, and biotechnology. The different types of jobs that students can obtain with an Associates Degree in Agriculture Science include farm and ranch management, various livestock production areas, landscaping and nurseries, the meat industry, animal health technologists, animal trainers, forest service, livestock breed associations, and many more.

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Dr. Barry Furman, Central Campus
(281) 476-1881

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