The Associate of Science in Food and Agriculture will promote critical thinking, effective communication, scientific knowledge, professionalism and social responsibility while providing a broad knowledge of food, agriculture, and the humanities.
You’ll take fundamental courses in agriculture including agribusiness, animal science, soil and crop science, marketing, sales, and more. An internship after your first year of courses engages you with industry professionals as well as fosters professional development and applied learning.
Whether you are planning to continue your education or enter the workforce and contribute to the $88.3 billion agriculture industry in Wisconsin, the associate’s degree in food and agriculture will offer you the opportunity for success. This degree provides a seamless transition into the bachelor’s degree in agribusiness, animal science, dairy science, soil and crop science, or agriculture education.