Bachelor of Science in Agriculture
With emphasis in Agribusiness, Animal Science, Natural Resources Management, and Plant and Soil Sciences
Minors: Wildlife Management
Pre-Professional Training: Pre-Veterinary Medicine
Dr. Adrian Andrei, PhD, Professor of Wildlife Science
Department of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences
Debbie Hanlin, Administrative Assistant
Room 219 Founders Hall
Telephone: (573) 681-5380
Fax: (573) 681-5955
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 diverse society. The department is dedicated to teaching the principles and concepts of agriculture and their applications. The curricula prepare students for employment, professional advancement and graduate studies. The department accomplishes its goals through small classes and individual attention to students in a nurturing educational environment.
In keeping with the teaching component of the land grant mission of Lincoln University, our department focuses on preparing students to be competent and competitive in scientific, technical, educational and professional occupations.
Students who choose a major in this department will study toward a Bachelor's of Science Degree in Agriculture, with various concentration areas (Agribusiness, Animal Science, Natural Resources Management, and Animal Science) and minors (Wildlife Management). Students may also prepare for veterinary school by customizing their program of study to meet the unique requirements of this profession.
The faculty of the department is committed to provide quality and personalized educational experiences that will assist students in their personal development and preparation for meaningful careers, gainful employment and graduate studies.
Many faculty in our College are also involved with Cooperative Research.
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