Careers in Agriculture

Students studying agriculture programs and natural resources have a wide range of career options including agricultural engineering, agriculture technology, business management, livestock management, crop management, agribusiness, animal agriculture, science, plant agriculture and bio-resources. Practices and regulations in the agriculture and agri-food industries are constantly evolving to adapt for an increasingly globalized market for food production and supply, as well as ongoing health and safety concerns. There are a variety of agriculture degree options available from a wide-assortment of agriculture colleges.

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Agriculture Colleges

Agriculture programs found listed in the directories of this site offer students the skills and knowledge to move the industry forward toward a sustainable and ethical model for global agricultural development and natural resources. Specialization areas include food management, agribusiness, biotechnology/ genetics, forestry/ forest business management, environmental biology, earth science, nutrition and food science, agronomy, environmental/ agricultural economics and policy, natural resources management, environmental geography, conservation biology, land reclamation, agricultural engineering, horticulture, veterinary technology, aquaculture, environmental chemistry, waste management, pest management and crop production/ management.


Green and Sustainable Management

Sustainability Management has three divisions that include the environment, the needs of present and future generations and the economy. Using these divisions, it creates the ability to keep a system running indefinitely without depleting resources, maintaining economic viability, and also nourishing the needs of the present and future generations.

Sustainability Management takes an interdisciplinary research-based approach where economic, social, environmental and development issues are taken into equally into account.


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