Home Dual Credit Contents Request Info Feedback Search Page

School Home Page

[ Home ] Departments/Programs ] Agricultural Station ] [ News ] [ Admissions ]

horizontal rule

The School of Agriculture and Natural Resources at Morrisville State College would like to welcome you to our website.  Since 1908, the school has educated thousands of students who entered the workforce and became the technological backbone of the regional economy.  Our education emphasizes technology, business entrepreneurship, and hands-on experiences.

The School of Agriculture and Natural Resources is committed to preparing students for careers with endless possibilities, or providing them with the educational background for transfer to other upper division programs or professional and graduate schools. Students learn to become technologists and leaders who contribute to the regional economy and also transform the associated industries and render them more competitive.

The School of Agriculture and Natural Resources is comprised of five academic departments, a Renewable Energy Training Center, an Agricultural Station (475+ acres), approximately 500 students, and 40 faculty and staff.  The School offers more than 20 degree programs at the certificate, associate, and bachelor levels.  Many of these are laptop programs integrating computer technology with instruction.

An Equine Complex was completed in 2000 along with a new Dairy Complex (including two heifer barns that were constructed in 2004), Horticultural Complex, and indoor horse riding arenas.  The school was involved in state- and federally-funded projects to develop an anaerobic digester and an agri-business incubator.  Work is currently under way on the construction of a new equine rehabilitation center.  The new and existing facilities are testaments to the college's commitment to providing students with quality education and exposing them to state-of-the-art technology.

The School of Agriculture and Natural Resources has developed and received approval for many new academic programs.  Among the most recent ones are the Renewable Energy Technology Associate of Applied Science (AAS), the Agricultural Business Development Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA), and the Horticulture Business Management Bachelor of Technology (B.Tech.) degrees.  Program development is a continuous process and is the School of Agriculture and Natural Resource's response to the changing needs of the industry.

Morrisville Weather

Agricultural Engineering Dept.
- Agricultural Engineering
- Agricultural Mechanics
- Diesel Technology
- Renewable Energy Technology

Agricultural Science Dept.
- Agricultural Business
- Agricultural Business Development - BBA
- Agricultural Science
- Animal Science - Dairy  
- Dairy Management - B.Tech. 

Environmental Sciences Dept.
-
Aquaculture and Aquatic Science
- Environmental&Natural Resources Cons.
- Natural Resources Conservation
- Renewable Energy Technology
- Renewable Resources - B.Tech.

Equine Science Dept.
- Equine Racing Management
- Equine Science and Management
- Equine Science - B.Tech.

Plant Sciences Dept.
- Horticulture
- Landscape Architecture
- Horticulture Business Mgmnt. - B.Tech.

Renewable Energy Training Center

Marshall Hall

 

horizontal rule

Contact Information

Dr. Christopher Nyberg
Dean
School of Agriculture and Natural Resources
Marshall Hall
Morrisville, NY 13408
Phone: 315-684-6083
Fax: 315-684-6125
E-mail: nybergcl@morrisville.edu

horizontal rule


Web site designed and maintained by Dr. Walid Shayya, Morrisville State College.  Last modified: August 20, 2010.