Agricultural Sciences

Earn your degree in agriculture

Blinn College’s Agricultural Sciences Program is the largest in the state offering a two-year associate degree in agriculture. Agricultural science classes are available online and on the Brenham, Bryan, RELLIS, Schulenburg, and Sealy campuses, and students can complete the full degree on the Brenham and Bryan campuses. Blinn provides accredited courses that can lead to an associate degree and transfer to major universities.

Blinn's Associate of Science Degree in Agriculture provides accredited courses that can transfer to agriculture programs at major universities. In addition to its general transfer equivalencies, Blinn and the Texas A&M University College of Agriculture and Life Sciences have established a transfer agreement that allows students who complete the appropriate degree plan to earn admission to the specified Bachelor of Science degree programs offered by the Texas A&M College of Agriculture and Life Sciences. These bachelor’s degrees include agricultural economics, bioenvironmental sciences, poultry science, plant and environmental soil science, and horticulture.

Fall classes begin August 24!

Register now for the fall semester. For assistance, contact Academic Advising or call Enrollment Services at 979-830-4800. You also can schedule a tour of any of our five campuses!

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