28% of college students take at least one online course, while 12% of students take all their classes online. 8% 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. Situated in Springfield, Missouri, this university is best suited for students who thrive in an urban atmosphere.
Even if you're not from Missouri, you won't feel like the odd one out at this school. Around 12.1% of undergrads are from out-of-state. With 64.1% of the teachers working full time, students will get a good amount of face time with professors. Videos from Missouri State are a great way to learn more about university.