BATTLE CREEK, Mich. (AP) – Kellogg Community College and Michigan State University are working together to expand agriculture education opportunities for students.
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The schools have expanded their Agricultural Operations Program to offer students a new Kellogg associate’s degree program and two certificates from Michigan State.
Studies in the programs cover a variety of areas, including farm, water, weed and resource management; soil science and plant pathology; regulation, safety and compliance issues; and technology.
Each program path requires a 480-hour internship that’s completed during the summer semester, where the students gain hands-on experience in the field or in agribusiness.
Kellogg launched its original Agricultural Operations Program with Michigan State