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Students have the flexibility to tailor an agriculture education program to fit their own goals and the changing needs of the agriculture industry. Agriculture businesses in the U.S. range from very small operations to large enterprises with annual million dollar sales. Whatever the size, all compete with local and international markets. To be successful in today's marketplace, farm managers and owners need to spend more time making decisions and developing management skills and new markets.

Which dairy degree is right for you?

Students enrolled in Dairy Management - B.Tech. Curriculum benefit from several facilities available on campus, including a dairy complex which houses more than 200 milking cows. This facility includes a state-of-the-art milking parlor and a multipurpose classroom connected to new dairy cattle management software. The college also owns more than 500 acres of crop farm to raise feed for the animals.

Career goals include pre-veterinary medicine, dairy science, equine science, soil science, crop production, and agricultural education. Morrisville State College has a highly successful transfer rate to more than 106 four-year colleges and universities in the U.S. After graduation, some students pursue their 4-year degrees at Morrisville State College.

Morrisville State College's bachelor of business administration degree in Agricultural Business Development provides students with the management skills needed to make effective decisions and develop markets for agricultural products. The success of the program reflects in the success of our students who are highly recruited for internships with very prominent NY agriculture businesses, financial institutions, and dairy farm businesses.

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Charles S. Mooney
Ag Sci./Ag Bus./Dairy Sci. Dept. Chair
(315) 684-6301
mooneycs@morrisville.edu
Marshall Hall, Room 107

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Admissions Requirements

Students are admitted to this program by several means that offer flexibility to meet the requirements of the degree. Students may successfully complete an A.A.S. degree program in agriculture, where required courses could transfer in the B.Tech. Dairy Management Program.

Students may also enter the program after completing transferable, college-level course work in either general education or technology-based courses, or transfer from other accredited institutions. This may require articulation agreements among other SUNY Institutions and Community Colleges. A minimum grade point average of 2.0 is required. All bachelor degree programs offered by the College must meet the State University of New York Board of Trustees mandated general education requirements.