Excite the next generation of ag professionals with a degree in Agricultural Science and Technology
From ancient achievements to today’s amazing advancements, the field of agriculture is discovering new ways to create ideal environments for animal and plant production. With this major, you will gain competencies in technical and production agriculture as well as methods and techniques for teaching and planning courses. Additionally, you will learn to organize and conduct on-farm agricultural instruction and demonstration programs for schools and the community at large. Indoors or outdoors, you’ll spread important, life-sustaining skills to future generations.
No foreign language requirements
No thesis required
Agricultural Science & Technology (BA/BS) with Teaching Emphasis :: 1.02 ReadyToEdit
Is this Program a Good Fit for You?
Agricultural Science and Technology students are typically interested in:
- Agricultural education
- Agricultural industries
- Agricultural management
Agricultural Science & Technology (BA/BS) with Teaching Emphasis :: 1.10 MAJORS/EMPHASIS ReadyToEdit
Agricultural Science & Technology (BA/BS) with Teaching Emphasis :: 1.12 FEATURED COURSES ReadyToEdit
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Animal Science (BA/BS) :: Program Costs 1.13a ReadyToEdit
As of Fall 2019, tuition and fees for an undergraduate student taking 15 credit hours through our 1 Year Optional Rate Plan is $4,478.52 for a Texas resident and $10,808.52 for a non-Texas resident. However, rates do change based on the number of credit hours taken, payment plan used and other factors.