28% of college students take at least one online course, while 12% of students take all their classes online. 15% of General Agriculture students will receive their degrees online. Online General Agriculture programs are an economical and convenient alternative for numerous students.
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It's difficult to beat Missouri State University - Springfield if you want to study General Agriculture. Want a sizable student body? This college has over 20,000 students on campus.
This college has a superior retention rate, with 78.0% of freshmen returning for their sophomore year. If you're interested in Missouri State, better study hard. The average SAT score of applicants is 1,086. Take a virtual tour to learn more about Missouri State's campus.