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The Agricultural Science major offers a wide range of career opportunities for college graduates.  This 2+2 program with community colleges is for students who have completed a qualified A.A.S. degree that meets conditions specified by Eureka College. Students accepted to Eureka College will matriculate into the Agricultural Science major for their final two years. An approved A.A.S., will be credited as a whole unit in this Eureka College capstone program.

 

During their capstone program in Agricultural Science, students will learn research and analysis skills, chemistry basics necessary for soil and nutrient analysis, agricultural environmental policies and regulations, and the relationship of organisms (crops and livestock, as well as other living things) to their environment. An upper-level internship is required for graduation and prepares graduates for future job success.

 

Begin here with our Eureka Agricultural Science program! 

In our Agricultural Science Program you will focus on:

  • Research and Analysis
  • Soil and Nutrient Analysis
  • Environmental Policy and Regulations
Internship Opportunities
Hubner Industries, LLC.
What are some career opportunities for an Ag Science Major?
Traditional farming
Agricultural Sales/Marketing
Agricultural Mechanization
Organic Farming
Agricultural Science is a good fit for those who are:
Leaders
Management
Proficient with Numbers
Good Communicator
Analytical
Problem Solver
Driven

Staff Contacts

Dr. Katy Everett

Agriculture Science Contact

keverett@eureka.edu (309) 467-6445

Sanders Hall Room 302

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99%

99% of Eureka College graduates are employed or in graduate programs within six months of graduation.

2 +2

Approved A.A.S (2 years) + 2 years at Eureka Agricultural Science Major = B.S. in Agricultural Science