School of Agricultural Sciences
The School of Agricultural Sciences at Northwest Missouri State University supports and enhances the mission of the University. There are currently eight majors and minors and a two-year farm operations certificate to complement the high quality living-learning environment of Northwest for students interested in pursuing careers in agriculture.
The School of Agricultural Sciences places special emphasis on creating a climate that is conducive to learning. The faculty possess a genuine concern for the students as well as a high commitment to the educational achievement of their students. The primary goal is to educate our graduates to successfully meet the challenges of a career in agriculture, while instilling in them a desire and curiosity for life-long learning. The school offers an excellent course curriculum for each major, undergraduate research opportunities, internship programs, a wide range of professional and social student organizations and hands-on experiences in living laboratories to expand the student's horizons beyond the classroom.
Students with a major in Agricultural Sciences are invited to consider the Agricultural Sciences and Academic Living Community. This community will focus on early student engagement with faculty as well as offer experiential learning opportunities. For more information about this community, click here.