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General Studies – Agribusiness

General Studies, Agribusiness - Associate Degree or Career Studies Certificate

AGRIBUSINESS AT SOUTHWEST

Get an Agribusiness, General Studies Associate of Arts and Sciences Degree or Career Studies Certificate at Southwest Virginia Community College.

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Take a few classes to learn more about agriculture, earn a Career Studies Certificate, or complete the General Studies - Agribusiness Associate Degree program. Contact us today to get started!

A QUALITY EDUCATION

Our General Studies, Agribusiness Associate Degree provides a broad foundation of skills you can build on. You’ll complete agriculture electives, improve your abilities in writing, critical thinking, and math, while earning credits that are equivalent to freshman and sophomore years of many bachelor’s degree programs.

Our Agribusiness Careers Studies Certificate is also an option for prospective students to consider, and is designed to be completed in two semesters.

Individuals may also enroll in agriculture courses without pursuing a degree in order to learn about specific topics of interest.

Southwest as part of the Virginia Community College System, has a Transfer & Guaranteed Admissions Agreements site, providing a full listing of transfer opportunities. Contact us today for more information and to get started!

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PAYING FOR COLLEGE

Southwest Virginia Community College has options to help you pay for a degree or certificate. A high percentage of students receive assistance through financial aid.

Learn about paying for college and current tuition-free programs here.

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CAREER OPTIONS

COMPLETE THIS PROGRAM ONLINE

Distance Learning from Southwest is a great way to get a college education on your schedule. Classes are delivered online, offering a flexible way to get a degree, certificate, or to take classes to transfer to a four-year college or university. Some programs require internships, in-person labs , and/or classes. Contact us for details.

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