Williams Agriculture BuildingThe Anna and John Williams Agricultural Science Center houses the agriculture programs, including the Veterinarian Technician program.

It offers students spacious classrooms, laboratories, a library, a computer lab, a greenhouse, and a welcoming atmosphere. The newest additions to the Agriculture program are the Large Animal Laboratory and tech Veterinary Technology Kennel. These facilities allow for a more hands-on approach to learning.

An associate’s degree in General Agriculture is designed for transfer to a four-year college or university upon completion. This degree provides you with a basic knowledge of a wide variety of agricultural topics that serve as the foundation for a future Bachelor’s degree.

Agriculture is the largest industry in the state of Missouri and the largest sector of the U.S. economy. Agriculture employs approximately 20% of all U.S. workers. There are many career options in the agriculture industry including production, education, agronomy, horticulture, agribusiness, economics, animal science, veterinary science, poultry science, and more! Visit the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics for more information about careers in ag!

The graduates of Crowder’s Ag program enter fields ranging from conservation agents to high school agriculture instructors to presidents of banks.

Scholarship Opportunity

The James Ag Scholarship provides students the opportunity to receive financial assistance at Crowder while pursuing a degree in ag.

 Sheep on a farm.