The Associate of Science in Food and Agriculture degree from UW-Platteville Baraboo Sauk County will ground you in the scientific knowledge, professionalism, and effective communication and critical thinking skills needed for career success in multiple agricultural fields.

Our program offers a combination of fundamental courses in agriculture, including agribusiness, animal science, soil and crop science, marketing, and sales, combined with business and general education coursework. You will also gain professional experience through an internship after your first year, where you can expand your network, and apply your learning in a real-world setting.

If you decide to continue your educational journey towards a bachelor's degree, you can seamlessly transition to our Platteville campus, offering ease of access and powerful benefits compared to transferring elsewhere.

To learn more about the program, review the fact sheet.