Agriculture

Associate Degree in Arts or Science Agriculture

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You can complete a two-year degree and transfer seamlessly to earn your four-year degree at any college or university.

Salaries

The average salary for a career in Agriculture is between $25,000-$65,000 with an industry average of $41,000.

One-On-One Attention

Mentoring, Advising, Small class sizes, Dedicated instructors

Scholarships

Tens of thousands of dollars are available through the IVCC Foundation www.ivcc.edu/foundation and Financial Aid is available for those who qualify www.ivcc.edu/financialaid.

Hands-On-Experience

Agriculture Wet Lab, Greenhouse, Internship, Agriculture Mechanics Shop, College Farm and Field Trips

Careers in Agriculture

 

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Careers in Agriculture

  • Sales and Service Rep
  • Biological Engineer
  • Land Use Manager
  • Precision Agricultural Specialist
  • Soil and Plant Scientist
  • Agricultural Loan Officer
  • Agricultural Educator
  • Conservationist
  • Grain Merchandiser
  • Farmer
  • Agronomist

 

Program Coordinators

 

 

Willard Mott

Agriculture Coordinator
Office:  J112E
(815) 224-0413
Willard_Mott@ivcc.edu
 

 Caitlinn Hubbell

 Agriculture Coordinator
Office:  J111E
(815) 224-0495
Caitlinn_Hubbell@ivcc.edu