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Programs of Study

ABAC offers many different degrees to suit each student’s educational goals. The college offers Bachelor of Arts (B.A.), Bachelor of Science, (B.S.) and Bachelor of Applied Science (B.A.S.) degrees in targeted areas of study. Completion of one of these degrees prepares students to enter the workforce or pursue graduate coursework.

The college offers three pre-baccalaureate degrees: the Associate of Science (A.S.), the Associate of Arts (A.A.) and the Associate of Fine Arts in Music (A.F.A.). The college transfer curricula which lead to these degrees prepare the student to transfer as a junior and continue a program leading to a bachelor degree.

Career-technical programs are designed to prepare a student for employment immediately after completion of the prescribed courses of study. Graduates in these programs, with the exception of nursing, are awarded the Associate of Applied Science (A.A.S.) degree. Students completing the Registered Nursing program are awarded the Associate of Science in Nursing (A.D.N.) degree.

 

 

Bachelor Degrees

Biology (B.S.)
Areas of Emphasis:

 

Business and Economic DevelopmentĀ (B.S.)

 

Diversified Agriculture (B.A.S.)
Areas of Emphasis:

  • Biofuels
  • Crop Production Management and Marketing
  • Livestock Production Management and Marketing

 

Natural Resource Management (B.A.S.)
Areas of Emphasis:

 

Rural Studies (B.A./ B.S.)
Areas of Emphasis:


 

Career-Tech Degrees

 

In the School of Agriculture and Natural Resources:

Diversified Agriculture Technology (A.A.S.)

Environmental Horticulture Technology (A.A.S.)

With concentrations in:

 

Forest Technology (A.A.S.)

 

In the School of Nursing and Health Sciences:

Nursing R.N. (A.D.N.)

 

In the School of Human Sciences:

Criminal Justice (Law Enforcement) (A.A.S.)