Agriculture at Huntington University
Faith. Family. Farming.
The Department of Agriculture at Huntington University recognizes the unique relationship between opportunities in agriculture and the call to Christian stewardship, between productivity and sustainability. That’s why you’ll find us at the intersection of faith, family, and farming.
Experience Truly Hands-On Learning
Forester Farms operates on-and-off-campus learning labs for Huntington University students. A subsidiary under the Huntington University Department of Agricultural Studies, Forester Farms provides a hands-on opportunity for students to work with livestock and row crops in a farm setting to be better prepared for life outside of the classroom.
Programs to Fit Your Future
With internships, hands-on experiences, and classroom learning in small class sizes, Huntington University’s agriculture degree programs provide exceptional opportunities to learn and grow. You will work closely with professors and professionals already in the field.
Earn a top-notch Bachelor of Science degree in agribusiness from Huntington University and choose from eight-degree specializations. From ministry and missions to business and communication, you’ll find an ag-related degree that will use your skills to directly impact the future of agriculture.
Our Bachelor of Science degree in agricultural education prepares you for licensure in secondary or middle school settings. Huntington University is one of very few higher education institutions in Indiana to offer four-year degrees in agriculture.
If you are interested in the science of agriculture, consider a Bachelor of Science degree in crop science & agronomy or a Bachelor of Science degree in animal science. These degrees will prepare you for jobs in science and technology with an agriculture focus.
Internships & Outcomes
Our ag students get hands-on at a vareity of internships including Indiana State Department of Agriculture, Pioneer Hi-Bred Int'l, Ag Plus, Farm Credit Mid-America, and Advanced Agrilytics. (Full List)
Those internships have lead to some incredible careers including Bayer Crop Science, Ag Plus, Farmers State Bank, Nutrien Ag Solutions, and Southwood Jr. High School. (Full List)
Rooted in Tradition
The Agricultural Studies Program at Huntington University honors Dale and Elaine Haupert. Why? Dr. Sherilyn Emberton, president of HU, says it best:
“The Hauperts passionately support the mission of Huntington University and have made strong commitments to ensure the future of all students through their generosity. Their deep commitment to investing in youth and the university has resulted in numerous students receiving a high-quality, Christ-centered education.”