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Agriculture Programs in missouri

Agriculture Programs in missouri



State Flag of Missouri Gain skills in Missouri crop management, livestock, finance, agri-business management, agriculture and environmental marketing and the latest technology so you can be successful in any area of agriculture. If you are interested in an agricultural career, this is a starting point to research your different options for agricultural education.

You may want to work directly on a farm or perhaps your interests lie more towards the natural resources and biotechnology industry that is continually growing. Possibly the idea of studying agri-business management and operating a multi-million dollar agri-business is more appealing. With an agricultural degree, business, industry, education, communications, government research and development and conservation are all within your reach.

Missouri Education Facts

81.3 percent of Missouri's population are high school graduates and 21.6 percent hold a Bachelor's degree or higher.

Missouri Quick Facts

The land area of Missouri is 68,885.93 square miles with 81.2 persons per square mile. Missouri's population in 2010 was 5,596,684.00 with 23.9 % of it's population under 25 years old and 13.7 % 65 years or older.

The average travel time to work for workers in Missouri is 23.8 minutes and the retail sales per capita last year was $10,891 with total retail sales of $61,861,163. There was 2.5 % change in private non-farm employment with 2,457,827 employed in non-farm professions.

If you are interested taking agriculture programs and courses from a college in Missouri, browse the list of institutions below.

Colleges in Missouri Offering Agriculture Programs



programs Cape Girardeau Career and Technology Center
   Cape Girardeau, Missouri
   (< 2-year, Public)

programs College of the Ozarks
   Point Lookout, Missouri
   (4-year, Private not-for-profit)

programs Crowder College
   Neosho, Missouri
   (2-year, Public)

programs Lincoln University
   Jefferson City, Missouri
   (4-year, Public)

programs Linn State Technical College
   Linn, Missouri
   (2-year, Public)

programs Mineral Area College
   Park Hills, Missouri
   (2-year, Public)

programs Missouri State University
   Springfield, Missouri
   (4-year, Public)

programs Missouri State University-West Plains
   West Plains, Missouri
   (2-year, Public)

programs North Central Missouri College
   Trenton, Missouri
   (2-year, Public)

programs Northwest Missouri State University
   Maryville, Missouri
   (4-year, Public)

programs Ozarks Technical Community College
   Springfield, Missouri
   (2-year, Public)

programs Saint Louis Community College-Meramec
   Kirkwood, Missouri
   (2-year, Public)

programs Southeast Missouri State University
   Cape Girardeau, Missouri
   (4-year, Public)

programs State Fair Community College
   Sedalia, Missouri
   (2-year, Public)

programs Stephens College
   Columbia, Missouri
   (4-year, Private not-for-profit)

programs Three Rivers Community College
   Poplar Bluff, Missouri
   (2-year, Public)

programs Truman State University
   Kirksville, Missouri
   (4-year, Public)

programs University of Central Missouri
   Warrensburg, Missouri
   (4-year, Public)

programs University of Missouri-Columbia
   Columbia, Missouri
   (4-year, Public)

programs William Woods University
   Fulton, Missouri
   (4-year, Private not-for-profit)

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