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Fruit & Vegetable Crop Management Associate Degree

Where To Go From Here

MCC offers this degree program in cooperation with the Michigan State University Institute of Agricultural Technology (MSU IAT). This program is for students who desire to work in the crop management industry, either owning their own farms, managing farms for others, or for companies in supporting industries. All students will complete industry-related internships as part of the certificate program. Of the credits required for this associate degree, the majority are delivered by MCC and the remainder are delivered by MSU. It is possible for a student to complete this program and transfer to a four-year agricultural degree program at MSU. All MSU courses will be offered on MCC’s campus or online.

Why This Degree

This program provides students with knowledge of horticulture, nutrition, compliance and mitigating disease. This degree can lay the foundation for continued study at the bachelor’s degree level landing jobs such as an agricultural manager or an agricultural scientist earning $62,920 to $66,360 per year.