Agriculture Studies - Crowder College


Today, agriculture is not just about cows and plows, land and tractors. It’s no longer only about long hours in the field, with low wages and back-breaking labor. As one of the fastest-growing industries in the world, the field of agriculture has become as diverse as the individuals who work in it, encompassing computers, transportation, accounting, and international trade, just to name a few. Bilingual agriculture majors are especially valuable to employers. The potential for career success and job opportunities for these individuals is limitless. You can learn more about career opportunities, salaries, and more at the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics website.  A rewarding future in agriculture is awaiting you!

Associate of Arts Degree


Associate of Applied Science Degree

Agribusiness Technology-Marketing & Management
Agribusiness Technology-Agronomy Emphasis
Agribusiness Technology-Livestock Production Emphasis

Associate Degree in General Agriculture

An Associate Degree in General Agriculture is designed for transfer to a four-year college or university upon completion. At Crowder, 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, or even more.

Four-Year Agriculture Degree Through Pathways

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Via various methods of delivery such as Internet, Intense Weekend Classes, Video and Interactive Television students are able to stay on the Crowder College campus and earn a bachelor’s degree in Agriculture through Missouri State University Pathways Program.

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