The agriculture industry is about much more than growing crops and tending livestock; success requires knowledge of business practices, policies and economics. If you're interested in a degree in agriculture, Morehead State University offers an array of programs that can put you on the path to success. You'll not only gain knowledge; you'll get hands-on experience at the Derrickson Agricultural Complex and Browning Orchard. Whether your interest is crop production or livestock management, MSU has a program to suit your needs.
The major in agriculture is a bachelor's degree program covering all aspects of agriculture. Agriculture core courses are provided as the framework for the degree with ancillary courses in animal sciences, horticulture, agronomy, agribusiness and agricultural mechanics. Students will gain a working knowledge of production systems in the region. This program requires a minor.
You can also choose from the following degree options:
We also offer a minor in agriculture that complements a broad range of degree from other fields.
You will need to meet MSU admission requirements.
Students graduating with a Bachelor of Science in Agricultural Sciences pursue job opportunities in farm and/or ranch management or ownership, conservation, sales, consulting, farm supply management, commodities, and with governmental agencies.
MSU's Career Services offers career planning, interview and resume preparation assistance, internship placement, and services to help you find a job after you graduate.