Crop Science and Agronomy

Plant a seed.
Nurture its growth.
Harvest its product.

Sounds simple, right? As you already know, however, there is much more that goes into the process than that. Crop production is not just about the harvested crop — it’s a combination of ecology, environment, soil, water, nutrients, and much more. Taking a holistic approach to agriculture, Huntington University students study the science behind crop production and get out in the field to experience ag firsthand.

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With a Bachelor of Science degree in crop science and agronomy, you will tackle the complexity of crop production through a background in ag and the natural sciences.

Pursue a career as

  • An agronomist
  • A crop consultant
  • A soil scientist
  • An agricultural technician
  • A research technician,
  • A plant breeder
  • An extension specialist
  • A precision ag specialist
  • A seed production technician
  • And more

While most of these careers require graduate school degrees, a bachelor’s degree in crop science and agronomy from Huntington University will set you up for success and competitive placement in graduate programs.

Did you Know?

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics employment in soil and plant, sciences is expected to grow by 7.6% between 2018 and 2028. In addition, both Agronomist and Agriculture Technician are listed among the top 7 “in-demand” ag jobs.