BS in Agronomy, Crop, and Soil Science
Brigham Young University - Idaho College of Agriculture and Life Sciences
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The Agronomy, Crop, and Soil Science Program provide excellent connections with local and international Agricultural companies researching the farm on campus and coordinating internship and employment opportunities throughout their industry network. Employment opportunities for students with a background in Agriculture are excellent. Examples of career opportunities available are specialists in crop consulting, plant genetics, soil, water, environmental science, Global Positioning System / Geographic Information Systems (GPS/GIS), machinery management, agronomy, education, food processing, plant nutrition, food safety, range resource management, government agency workers, and researchers. Internships are an integral component of the various programs in the Applied Plant Science Department. They are a doorway to the industry and provide students with practical exposure to plant studies' real-world applications.