Degrees

For a full listing of Agriculture degrees and course descriptions, see pages 98-103 of the Andrews University Bulletin

There are a variety of degrees to choose from in the Program of Agriculture.  Degrees are divided by type and by area of emphasis. To help you select the right degree for you, we have included a description of each degree type and links to the degree areas. 

Bachelor of Science
This four-year degree is ideal for students who would like to work in an area of agriculture that requires a graduate or post graduate degree. It is a general agriculture degree that allows students to select their own emphasis in consultation with their advisor.

BS Agriculture

Bachelor of Technology
The bachelor of technology degree combines a major and minor and allows you to take more classes that focus on your specific area of interest.  This is a career specialist's degree, preparing you for management or ownership in the agriculture industry. There are several emphases to choose from, including Agribusiness, Animal Husbandry and Crop Production.

BT Agriculture: Agribusiness

BT Agriculture: Animal Husbandry

BT Agriculture: Crop Production

Associate of Technology
This two-year degree gets you started in the area of agriculture you would like to work in. You can go straight into the work force as a greenhouse technician, nursery foreman, dairy herd milker or feeder, among other things. You can also use it as a springboard to move on to the four-year BT degree. Emphasis areas include Crop Production and Dairy Herd Managment.

AT Agriculture: Crop Production

AT Agriculture: Dairy Herd Management

For a full listing of Agriculture degrees and course descriptions, see pages 98-103 of the Andrews University Bulletin

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