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Agriculture

The ASU Agriculture Department believes the best way to learn is to get first-hand experience. That is why more than half of our classes have laboratories, and most of those labs are conducted outdoors in our extensive ag facilities. By the time our students graduate, they have a comprehensive knowledge of agricultural processes from pasture to plate.

Research Facilities

Most of our labs are taught at the Management, Instruction and Research (MIR) Center, a facility that sits on 6,000 acres of range and farm land. The center includes everything from a feed mill and traditional laboratories to a food product development lab and an elevated multimedia classroom.

Experienced Faculty

The department’s faculty not only have real-world agriculture experience, they are also dedicated to research. Their interests vary from food-borne pathogen antimicrobial resistance and decreasing reproductive wastage in livestock to cost-effective wildlife management and agriculture marketing stability. Faculty also work with students who are developing their own research projects.

Career Opportunities

ASU offers agriculture career paths for those interested in animal science and food production, natural resource management, agribusiness or teaching agriculture. By the time our students graduate, they have the knowledge to be successful in the industry or to go on to graduate school.

Our master’s degrees in animal science and agriculture are flexible to accommodate each student’s research interests. The program prepares students for careers in the agriculture industry, government services, business or teaching at the junior college level.

The Agriculture Department awards scholarships that total more than $80,000 annually.

In The News

  • Angelo State University’s Wool Judging Team was named Reserve Grand Champion and had three individuals place in the top 10 at the 2016 National Western Stock Show Intercollegiate Wool Judging Contest on Jan. 14 in Denver, Colo.

Alumni Spotlight

The Department of Agriculture is proud to recognize Russell Stevens for his great contributions to the Ag industry. Read more about Russell on our Alumni Spotlight page.

Read about past Alumni

Scholarships

The new Agriculture Department Scholarship application is available online to current and accepted students pursuing a degree in Agriculture. Please contact the department for more information at 325-486-6919, or e-mail ag@angelo.edu.

General Scholarship and Financial Aid Information

Scholarship Applications Currently Open

Career and Internship Opportunities

It is never too early to start thinking about internship opportunities and  employment after graduation. Click the link below for a extensive list of potential employers and internship opportunities. You can also visit our Agriculture Career and Internship Information Center located outside of the Department of Agriculture’s main office (VIN 212).

Learn More About Career And Internship Opportunities

Join a student organization

The Agriculture Department has several distinctive student organizations that promote agriculture education. Check them out and see which ones fit your interests.