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Agriculture Programs in virginia

Agriculture Programs in virginia



State Flag of Virginia Gain skills in Virginia 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.

Virginia Education Facts

81.5 percent of Virginia's population are high school graduates and 29.5 percent hold a Bachelor's degree or higher.

Virginia Quick Facts

The land area of Virginia is 39,594.07 square miles with 178.8 persons per square mile. Virginia's population in 2010 was 7,079,048.00 with 23.4 % of it's population under 25 years old and 12.2 % 65 years or older.

The average travel time to work for workers in Virginia is 27.0 minutes and the retail sales per capita last year was $11,069 with total retail sales of $80,509,062. There was 10.1 % change in private non-farm employment with 3,196,914 employed in non-farm professions.

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

Colleges in Virginia Offering Agriculture Programs



programs Averett University
   Danville, Virginia
   (4-year, Private not-for-profit)

programs Eastern Mennonite University
   Harrisonburg, Virginia
   (4-year, Private not-for-profit)

programs Ferrum College
   Ferrum, Virginia
   (4-year, Private not-for-profit)

programs J Sargeant Reynolds Community College
   Richmond, Virginia
   (2-year, Public)

programs Lord Fairfax Community College
   Middletown, Virginia
   (2-year, Public)

programs Northern Virginia Community College
   Annandale, Virginia
   (2-year, Public)

programs Tidewater Community College
   Norfolk, Virginia
   (2-year, Public)

programs Virginia Highlands Community College
   Abingdon, Virginia
   (2-year, Public)

programs Virginia Intermont College
   Bristol, Virginia
   (4-year, Private not-for-profit)

programs Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
   Blacksburg, Virginia
   (4-year, Public)

programs Virginia State University
   Petersburg, Virginia
   (4-year, Public)

programs Virginia Western Community College
   Roanoke, Virginia
   (2-year, Public)

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