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Agriculture Degrees

Agriculture Bachelor's Degree Programs

The future of the world’s food and energy resources is being built right now. Become a part of it with an agriculture degree from BVU. Located in the heart of Midwest farming country, you’ll have opportunities at BVU that you can’t find at any other institution. Gain access to industry experts and world-renowned businesses through experiential learning, internships, and research opportunities that put you in the heart of progress. As an agriculture major at BVU, you’ll have the uncommon training and knowledge you need to run the family farm, trade commodities internationally, or pioneer new science that changes the way global resources are grown or raised.

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Undergraduate Degrees in Agriculture

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BVU’s agricultural business program provides training from industry experts in agricultural business administration and rural entrepreneurship. Apply today!

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BVU’s agricultural science program prepares students for successful careers in agriculture through concentrations in agronomy and animal science.

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BVU’s Bachelor of Applied Science degree in agricultural studies provides further educational opportunity for students who have earned an AAS or AS.

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With BVU's Plus One program, you can earn your education, special education, or organizational leadership master's within one year of graduating with your bachelor’s degree. 

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Real Outcomes

What can I do with a degree in agriculture?

BVU graduates are doing big things in the world of agriculture. Here are two examples.

Mike Naig, ’00 is a BVU grad with degrees in biology and political science. Mike was appointed Iowa Secretary of Agriculture in March 2018. He is committed to leading efforts to protect consumers, expanding economic opportunities for Iowans, and advocating in Iowa and around the globe.

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ZACH ANDERSON, Class of 2018

Zach Anderson received his bachelor’s in business marketing and has since become a licensed real estate agent with Midwest Land Management and an ag chemical and fertilizer dealer through Wells Ag Supply.

Honestly, I wasn’t sure that I wanted to go to college at first. I wanted to work on my family farm and help my dad. I’m glad I realized the knowledge I would gain in both business and agriculture and the benefits it would bring in the future.

Agriculture Faculty

Ben Maas
Dr. Benjamin Maas
Assistant Professor of Environmental Science and Geology
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Kevin Price
Kevin Price
Instructor of Management and Agricultural Business
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Landon Sullivan
Landon Sullivan
Instructor of Animal Science
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