Associate in Science in Agriculture

Why Study Agriculture?

Today’s agricultural landscape is changing dramatically with diversification in bio-technology, data management, plant and soil sciences, food science and production systems, animal science and nutrition and agri-business and marketing. Ancilla College of Marian University’s 2-year agriculture program prepares students to successfully integrate into a four-year agricultural university or go directly into a professional field. Ancilla College of Marian University agriculture students are introduced to agricultural business principles, animal science related systems, technology applications and food and biotechnology systems so they are prepared to work in various innovative agriculture related fields of employment.  

Career Options Include:

  • Agricultural communications and marketing
  • Soil science technician
  • Animal nutrition
  • Livestock management
  • Grain buyer
  • Farm or agriculture management
  • Supply chain management
  • Conservation Officer
  • Seed Technician
  • Farming Industry Analyst
  • Food Scientist
  • Commodities Trader

The start of a new career is just a step away!

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Getting started is easy. Request more information, call (574) 936-8898 ext. 330 or email us at AdmissionACMU@marian.edu.

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On July 1, 2021, Marian University has officially opened a new location on the former campus of Ancilla College in Plymouth, Indiana. In recognition of the shared missions and solely to honor the history of Ancilla College, the new location is named Ancilla College of Marian University.

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