The Associate of Science in Food and Agriculture offers an affordable, convenient option to pursue an outstanding education from a leading agriculture institution.

You’ll take fundamental courses in agriculture including agribusiness, animal science, crop science, soils, marketing, sales, and more. The degree will fulfill your first two years of general education requirements for a bachelor’s degree program at most four-year colleges, including any UW System institution.

Whether you are planning to continue your education or jump into the workforce right away and contribute to the $88.3 billion agriculture industry in Wisconsin, the Associate of Science in Food and Agriculture degree will offer you the opportunity for success.