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The Agricultural Science Transfer Program is designed to allow you to complete the first two years of a bachelor's degree program. You will earn your Associate of Science degree and can transfer to a public or private four-year college or university as a junior. In addition to Liberal Arts and general education course, you will gain knowledge in:
Hawkeye’s 400-acre Farm Lab: Learn farm management, animal production, and crop production skills.
Precision Technology: Use the latest farm equipment and technology, including global positioning systems (GPS), geographic information systems (GIS), and unmanned aerial vehicles in crop production and land management.
Conferences and Workshops: Expand your knowledge and leadership skills at the Postsecondary Agricultural Student (PAS) Conference, World Food Prize Borlaug Dialogue Symposium, Agribusiness Association of Iowa Showcase, and the Iowa State University Crops Clinics.
You can transfer your Agricultural Science coursework to the Iowa State University or Northwest Missouri State University and continue your education in agricultural studies, agronomy, agricultural business, and agricultural systems technology. Hawkeye also has transfer relationships with South Dakota State University, University of Wisconsin—Platteville, Upper Iowa University, and Morningside College.
Work closely with a program advisor for approved agriculture courses, to ensure courses transfer, and that you meet program requirements for the college or university of your choice.
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