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The occupations that this certificate program could potentially prepare you for includes but is not limited to the following occupations:
Ranch and Agriculture Animals Farm Workers
||Farmers, Ranchers and Other Agricultural Managers|
This program is designed primarily to prepare students who plan to return to the family farm operation.
Actual placement rates are currently not available but since the program is designed for students who plan to return to the family farm nearly 100% are employed in this capacity.
This is a 60 hour program. The average completion time is five trimesters.
This is a 60 hour certificate. The undergraduate cost per credit hour is currently $257.31 for Missouri residents and $460.93 for Non-Missouri residents.
The campus average student loan indebtedness for those who borrow is $22,555. Approximately 73% of Northwest students borrow to finance their undergraduate degree. Based on 60 credit hours needed to complete this certificate rather than 124 hours needed to complete a Bachelor's degree we estimate the average indebtedness for this program to be $10,826.
Fewer than ten students completed this program in 2011-12 so to protect their privacy no median loan debt is reported.