Department Head, Assistant Professor of Agriculture
The Agriculture Business concentration emphasizes the development of agriculture business and production agriculture.
In the 21st century, the study of agriculture can lead to careers in the design and sale of farm equipment, in agriculture research, resource management, forestry, or in a business providing today's farmers with the essential supplies and services they need.
Nationwide, there are over 200 careers in agriculture with the annual demand for agriculture college graduates 5 to 12 percent greater than the number of qualified graduates available. Walters State agriculture business graduates are now employed in these fields: