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.


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


Tens of thousands of dollars are available through the IVCC Foundation and Financial Aid is available for those who qualify


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
  • and many more...


Program Coordinators



Willard Mott

Agriculture Instructor and Program Co-Coordinator
Office:  J112E
(815) 224-0413

 Dr. Jennifer Timmers

Agriculture Instructor and Program Co-Coordinator
Office:  J111E
(815) 224-0495