Graduates will be proficient in the use of modern agricultural technology including computers, the Internet and the implements necessary for economically efficient production.

Keith Duren
Program Lead
7390 South 6th Street
Klamath Falls, OR 97603
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The Agricultural Sciences Department provides students access to training in agricultural business and economics, crop science, and animal science leading to workforce and transfer success.  The Department works closely with 4-year partner institutions to improve access to advanced degrees.  Further, the Agricultural Sciences Department works closely with high schools to facilitate student transition from secondary to higher education and the workforce by career planning, program planning, and dual credit.

By collaborating with the local community the Department encourages a deeper relationship between local agencies, businesses and the college, giving students hands-on financial, entrepreneurial, and field experience.  The Department collaborates with state and national agricultural organizations to involve students in activities and industries. Through these efforts the Department promotes success for students pursuing careers in Agriculture.
Career Opportunities
Agriculture Loan Officer
Agriculture Teacher
Farm Manager
Forest Management Specialist
Ranch Manager
Water Resource Manager

Degree Options

Associate of Applied Science (AAS) Degree in Agriculture Science: This degree is closely aligned with both the Oregon and national standards for agriculture and natural resources and is designed to provide students with the skills and knowledge necessary to be successful as an entrepreneur, employee, or as a student at a four-year institution.  Students will use a variety of educational resources including on-campus labs, the Learning Resource Center and off-campus work experience.

Graduates can also earn a bachelor’s degree from Oregon State University in Agricultural Science - receiving on-the-ground mentoring and support during their studies - without leaving Klamath Falls.