The University of Wisconsin-Platteville’s School of Agriculture offers Bachelor of Science (BS) degrees in seven major areas. As a recognized world leader for our undergraduate programs in agriculture, we offer a diverse selection of clubs and organizations, as well as several nationally competing teams, opportunities to apply classroom theories to on-campus science laboratories, a greenhouse, 430-acre university farm, and robust internship program.
As one of only three agricultural education programs offered in the state of Wisconsin, our program includes a selection of courses from all areas of agriculture and instruction in teaching methods. We also provide a broad-based background of agriculture enabling our graduates to teach in industry, continue to a master’s degree, or work in other areas of agriculture.
The agricultural education program at UW-Platteville prepares its graduates for careers teaching students and adults in the areas of agriculture. UW-Platteville School of Agriculture graduates boast an employment rate of well over 95 percent.
Agricultural Education Society
Become an agricultural leader and educator! Learn about the ever-changing environment of agriculture within public and private education, and help preserve the continuity of the agriculture industry.
Connecting students to their rural community
As the oldest of four siblings, alumna Sydney Groen ’17 has in many ways always been a teacher. Her strong sense of family and home is one of the reasons why Groen lives and teaches in the rural village of Warren, Illinois, where she specializes in Agriculture Education.