School of Agriculture and Natural Resources
ABOUT THIS SCHOOL
Dr. Mark J. Kistler
Dean, School of Agriculture and Natural Resources
The School of Agriculture and Natural Resources is made up of three departments: Agriculture, Agricultural Education and Communication, and Forest Resources. These departments offers six comprehensive Bachelor of Science degree programs in Agribusiness, Agricultural Education, Agricultural Communication, Agriculture, Environmental Horticulture, and Natural Resource Management.
Careers & Internships
As young professionals, students are encouraged to learn beyond the classroom and gain valuable experience to prepare them for life. Our internship program provides students with a wide variety of learning opportunities in a structured and professional environment, while receiving course credit. A large number of internships end with students receiving a full-time employment offer upon graduation.
The School of Agriculture and Natural Resources strives to provide our students with plenty of opportunities to prepare for their future careers. Career fairs, internship, and other networking opportunities are made available to enhance our students’ educational experience.
Career Opportunities WITH
Agreements with Graduate Programs
The School of Agriculture and Natural Resources prides itself on preparing students for success in the workforce by providing hands-on, experiential learning opportunities. However, many careers will require additional education beyond ABAC. As a result, the School of Agriculture and Natural Resources has established graduate program agreements with other institutions to help our students in the next step of their education to help further their career.
- Murray State University – Master of Science in Agriculture
- University of Tennessee at Martin – Master of Science in Agriculture and Natural Resources
- University of Tennessee – Master of Science in Agricultural Education, Leadership & Communications
- Graduate Program Prior Learning Policies and Contract Form