Department of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences
Farming has long been an essential element of American life. Paired with the study of animals and the environment, the business of agriculture has played a key part in driving our economy and producing essential resources.
Designated as a land-grant university in 1890, Lincoln University of Missouri has long focused on preparing interested students to be competent and competitive in the agriculture and agribusiness fields, with the scientific and technical know-how to lead farming into the modern era. Today, Lincoln's Department of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences proudly teaches a diverse population of students the principles and concepts of agriculture and its applications.
In this department, you will work towards a Bachelor of Science or Master of Science degree, with concentrations in key areas such as agribusiness, animal science, natural resources management and animal science. You may also prepare for veterinary school by customizing your program of study to meet the unique requirements of that important profession.
In our small classes, you will have the opportunity to learn from and interact directly with our expert faculty. You will also be able to put your new knowledge to practical use in our University Farms and Facilities and GIS Lab. If you are searching for scholarships, please visit the scholarship page.
You can build connections with other Lincoln Blue Tigers in your fields with our student organizations and activities, and seek out other opportunities for further study and work in our Cooperative Research program.
Enroll today in the Department of Agriculture and Environmental Science. You will be part of an essential and ever-evolving industry that contributes vitally to our community and society.
- Bachelor of Science in Agriculture (BSA)
- Bachelor of Science in Agriculture Education (BSEd)
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