Bachelor's Degree Programs
The mission of the Department of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences is to provide educational opportunities for students from various backgrounds to be successful in a complex, technologically advanced and diverse society. The program is dedicated to teaching the principles and concepts of agriculture, agribusiness and environmental sciences and their applications to the natural and social environment. We provide students with opportunities that prepare them for employment, professional advancement and graduate studies. The program accomplishes its goals through small classes and individual attention in a nurturing educational environment. We often take students outside the classroom and encourage them to become involved in their professional growth through internships and part-time employment. We also encourage our students to become involved in professional societies and community and civic groups.
Bachelor of Science in Agriculture, emphasis in Agribusiness
Bachelor of Science in Agriculture, emphasis in Animal Science
Bachelor of Science in Agriculture, emphasis in Natural Resources Management
Bachelor of Science in Agriculture, emphasis in Plant and Soil Science
Geospatial Information Sciences
Computer Science Requirement
Upon completion of the agriculture degree program at Lincoln University, the student will have gained a basic understanding of computers and various software programs. Students will have the opportunity to gain the necessary computer knowledge and skills by taking CS 103 or AGR 208. Students will also have the opportunity to develop computer skills in other departmental courses.
Lincoln University Undergraduate Bulletin 2017 - 2019
Professor: Dr. Adrian Andrei - Natural Resources
Dr. Bruce Shanks - Animal Science,
TBA - Plant and Soil Science,
129 Founders Hall