Take your first two years of Agriculture here at Ancilla College and transfer to a four-year school to finish out the bachelor's degree. Or, go straight to the workforce, starting your career on one of the many farms in our area or in the corporate farming industry. We have agreements with nearly 20 four-year schools that guarantee qualified applicants placement and relationships with local businesses to help you get work.
Why an Agriculture Degree?
Agriculture has many, many different career options. Agriculture is about understanding biology and plant life, crops and biosystems, food and food safety, food science, production and sustainability in addition to cows, plows, farms, and farming. An associate degree in this field will help qualify you for the breadth of modern-day agriculture, helping you thrive in this vibrant career field.
Agriculture is a new program at Ancilla College, available now for registration. Apply!
- AGRI 101 — Fundamentals of Horticulture
- AGRI 102 — Introduction to Animal Agriculture
- AGRI 104 — Introduction to Agricultural Systems
- AGRI 105 — Soil Sciences and Crop Production
- AGRI 203 — Agriculture Microeconomics
- AGRI 230 — Management Methods in Agriculture Business
Suggested Schedule of Classes
Usual First Semester Courses
Microeconomics in Agribusiness
Usual Second Semester Courses
Soil Sciences and Crop Production
- Biology of Companion Animal
- Animal Science (Physiology of Domestic Farm Animals)
What are my career options with this program?
- Seed technician
- Farming industry analyst
- Conservation officer
- Food scientist
- Commodities trader
About the School
Ancilla College is a liberal arts institution of higher learning sponsored by the Poor Handmaids of Jesus Christ. The College’s religious tradition is Roman Catholic but its climate is ecumenical- ope ... Read More