Information for Agriculture College Students on Agriculture Universities in Abroad
University of Arizona
The College of Agriculture and Life Sciences educates students for a wide range of career opportunities in agriculture, natural resources, and in family and consumer resources. The various curricula offer professional preparation for careers in agribusiness, government, public service agencies, retail and service industries, human health institutions, the food service and processing industry, financial institutions, youth development agencies, conservation and environmental organizations, farming and, ranching, research, extension, communication and education.
University of Georgia
College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences Located in Athens, the College is the oldest land grant university in the country. It provides degrees in agricultural communications, agricultural and applied economics, animal and dairy science, biological and agricultural engineering, crop and soil sciences, entomology, environmental science, horticulture, plant pathology, and poultry science.
Located in West Lafayette, Indiana, Purdue's School of Agriculture offers 48 plans of study leading to the degrees of Bachelor of Science (B.S.), Bachelor of Science in Forestry (B.S.F.), and Bachelor of Science in Landscape Architecture (B.S.L.A.). The School of Agriculture and the Schools of Engineering cooperate to offer a plan of study leading to the degree of Bachelor of Science in Agricultural Engineering (B.S. AGE.).
University of Maine
Founded in 1865, the University of Maine has long been known for its outstanding agriculture program. With its broad geographic, climatic, and landscape diversity, the state of Maine provides an exceptional outdoor laboratory for students interested in the natural sciences, forestry, and agriculture.
University of Nebraska
Undergraduate Bachelor of Science (B.S.) degrees are offered in both Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources through the College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources. Undergraduate student can combine their major with Business, University Honors, Communications, International Affairs (offered jointly with the College of Arts and Sciences), or a Teaching Certificate (offered jointly with Teachers College).
As a land-grant institution, Virginia Tech has long emphasized agriculture and educating people about agriculture. Originally named Virginia Agricultural and Mechanical College, Virginia Tech has stressed agriculture: the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences as it is organized today roots back to the early 1900s.