Agriculture Schools Offering Associate's Degrees in Michigan

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Michigan is a good place to earn your agriculture associate's degree. There are 11 schools offering agriculture programs in Michigan, and the best opportunity is offered by Andrews University. This college offers a good agriculture associate's degree program: four-star rating for curriculum and three stars for teaching.

Read the details about all 11 agriculture schools awarding associate's degrees in Michigan below or narrow your search by program or city in Michigan.

Michigan agriculture associate's degree schools:

Andrews University - Agriculture School Ranking
Andrews University

Berrien Springs, 3 associate's programs

Northwestern Michigan College - Agriculture School Ranking
Northwestern Michigan College

Traverse City, 3 associate's programs

Oakland Community College - Agriculture School Ranking
Oakland Community College

Bloomfield Hills, 1 associate's program

Lake Michigan College - Agriculture School Ranking
Lake Michigan College

Benton Harbor, 2 associate's programs

Ferris State University - Agriculture School Ranking
Ferris State University

Big Rapids, 1 associate's program

Baker College - Agriculture School Ranking
Baker College

Flint, 1 associate's program

Lansing Community College - Agriculture School Ranking
Lansing Community College

Lansing, 2 associate's programs

North Central Michigan College - Agriculture School Ranking
North Central Michigan College

Petoskey, 2 associate's programs

Grand Rapids Community College - Agriculture School Ranking
Grand Rapids Community College

Grand Rapids, 2 associate's programs

Montcalm Community College - Agriculture School Ranking
Montcalm Community College

Sidney, 1 associate's program

St Clair County Community College - Agriculture School Ranking
St Clair County Community College

Port Huron, 1 associate's program

Michigan agriculture associate's degrees by major:

General Agriculture: 1 school
Plant Sciences: 4 schools
Horticultural Sciences: 6 schools
Landscaping and Groundskeeping: 5 schools
Soil Sciences: 1 school
Food Science: 2 schools
Business and Management: 1 school
Mechanics and Equipment: 1 school

Other agriculture diplomas in MI:

Certificates: 6 schools
Bachelor's Degrees: 2 schools
Master's Degrees: 1 school
Doctoral Degrees: 1 school

Michigan agriculture schools by city:

Benton Harbor: 1 school
Berrien Springs: 1 school
Big Rapids: 1 school
Bloomfield Hills: 1 school
East Lansing: 1 school
Flint: 1 school
Grand Rapids: 1 school
Lansing: 1 school
Petoskey: 1 school
Plainwell: 1 school
Port Huron: 1 school
Sidney: 1 school
Traverse City: 1 school

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