Thursday, August 6, 2020

The wide range of areas you can study and the career paths that are available to you with a degree from Penn State are unrivaled.

The mission of Ohio State University’s College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences is to provide personal attention, career track options, and real-world learning experiences.

Potomac State College of West Virginia University has been helping agriculture and forestry students turn their dreams into careers for more than a hundred years.

Many Antioch College graduates pursue agriculture, forestry, conservation and biology careers.

Wilmington College focuses on hands-on learning in the agriculture program. An educational farm enhances the classroom experience and a new, state-of-the-art Center for the Sciences and Agriculture sets Wilmington’s laboratory facilities apart.

Southwestern Michigan College has partnered with Michigan State University to offer Agricultural Technology. It also has an Environmental Sciences program.

The University of Northwestern Ohio provides relevant, real-world education and delivers accredited academics at an affordable price.

Students at Kent State have the opportunities of a larger, public university with a small-town feel; but still have access to all of the wonders of northeastern Ohio.

Ashland University, located in rural Ohio, owns several environmental preserves allowing students research opportunities near campus.

Lake Erie College is in a prime location for environmental science majors, with access to surrounding resources, internship sites, and individualized education/experiential learning.