Agricultural Science Certificate and Degree Programs

Program Description

Today's students know that agricultural science involves more than farming. The future of the planet is dependent upon the wise use of its resources. Central Arizona College agriculture students participate in a wide variety of hands-on courses designed to launch careers in biotechnology, agribusiness, genetics, banking, real estate, conservation, education, environmental protection and more. Students learn in the classroom and off campus at the local farms, dairies, agri-businesses and ranches of Arizona's Pinal County.

  • A.A. and A.S. Agriculture University Transfer Degree
  • A.A.S. Agriculture General Degree
  • Agriculture General Certificate
  • Agriculture Business Certificate

Career Opportunities

Arizona and the Southwest are major producers of livestock, dairy products, forage, cotton, nursery stock, fruits, and vegetables to the nation. The area is a major force in agricultural financing, real estate investments, and commodity marketing. Central Arizona College graduates will be prepared to enter and prosper in agricultural industries, support agencies, self-employment, teaching, and public health.

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Gainful Employment Disclosure for those in the field of:
Agricultural Bus & Mgmt, Gen

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