Produce Global Results

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agribusiness genProduce Global ResultsAgribusiness is one of Minnesota’s most important industries and provides a variety of related career opportunities. In order to help meet the needs of the ag industry and the career goals of ag students, South Central College has designed a number of ag-specific educational programs that prepare students to contribute to this industry based upon a well-rounded understanding of current ag concepts, innovations and trends. South Central College’s Agribusiness programs will provide you with this broad-based knowledge as well as provide you with specific instruction in your area of agricultural interest.

The teaching philosophy of the agribusiness faculty at South Central is an aggressive hands-on approach toward learning that puts students first. The faculty is not only concerned about your education, they are focused on providing you with the opportunities to learn and grow in order for you to succeeding ultimate employment and career success.

Many agricultural students go directly into the workforce after completing courses at South Central College or while other continue on with their education. Should you decide to transfer to a four-year college after completing your courses or program at South Central College, there are several options available to you. SCC has entered into several unique partnerships to help students transfer seamlessly into ag-related majors at the University of Minnesota – Twin Cities, University of Minnesota – Crookston and Southwest Minnesota State University – Marshall.

 

Scholarship Opportunities
South Central College Agribusiness Department is dedicated to preparing college men and women for careers in agriculture. Agriculture is a diverse, challenging, exciting industry. It needs people who have a passion for the importance of the industry and are excited about the promising future it offers. SCC Agribusiness Department serves approximately 100 students from across southern Minnesota. The teaching philosophy of the agribusiness faculty of SCC is an aggressive "hands-on-approach" to learning. A goal of the department is students first and for each student to have success in gaining employment.  At the 2004 National Agriculture Educators Convention, South Central College Agribusiness Program was named the National Region III "Outstanding Post-Secondary Agriculture Program.”

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