Getting Started in Agronomy Management

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Admission Requirements

Each program requires specific requirements a student must meet to be considered for admissions to a program. Learn more about the admissions requirements for this program.

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Advising Tips

We have compiled tips and general information about this program.

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  Important Dates

Financial Aid Priority Date: April 30


Course Information

The list of courses below is a sample outline of the courses you will take in this program. Courses and the recommended sequence change from year to year; once you are enrolled in a program at CVTC you will be given a recommended course sequence that outlines what courses you should take and the order in which to take them.

CVTC courses are offered in a variety of formats to fit your learning style. View the ways of learning.

You may search for available courses. If you are ever unsure of what courses to take, talk to your academic advisor. If you are looking for course information for previous years, check out our past catalogs.

Agronomy Management Outcomes

CVTC graduates are ready for the workforce. Each year, we send our graduates the Graduate Follow-Up Survey asking where they are working, whether it is in their degree field, and several other questions related to employment. Below are the program outcomes and job data.

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100% of our recent Agronomy Management graduates got a job in the industry.


Yearly Salary

Our recent Agronomy Management graduates reported an average starting salary of $37,749.


Regional Jobs

There are 708 job openings in the CVTC district for the Agronomy Management industry.


Credits to Other Institutions

Transfer your CVTC credits to another institution to continue your education. Explore transfer agreements.

Transfer Credits

Should you choose to continue your education after you leave CVTC, we have agreements in place with several institutions to ensure an easy transfer. Just because we don't have a partnership agreement with a college or university, doesn't mean your credits won't transfer. Contact the transfer coordinator at the college or university to which you plan to transfer to help make a smooth transition from CVTC.

For more information, please contact Academic Advising at 715-833-6346.

Transfer Agreements

The transfer agreements below apply to those enrolled in the Agronomy Management Associate Degree.

Bellevue University — All AS Degree Transfer

Colorado State University-Global Campus — Degree Completion (64 Credits)

Franklin University — Guaranteed Admission (94 Credits)

Grand Canyon University — Degree Completion (62 Credits)

Herzing University — Degree Completion (60 Credits)

Lakeland University — Degree Completion (72 Credits)

Lakeland University — Guaranteed Admission (72 Credits)

Mount Mary University — Degree Completion (48 Credits)

National American University — Guaranteed Admission NEW

Purdue University Global — Degree Completion (62 Credits)

Rasmussen College — Degree Completion (62 Credits)

UW-Stout — Career, Technical Education and Training (56 Credits)

UW-Stout — Management (56 Credits)

Viterbo University — Business Leadership (62 Credits)

Western Governors University — Guaranteed Admission

Wisconsin Lutheran College — Business Management and Leadership

Where do your CVTC credits transfer?

Login to Transferology to see how your courses will transfer. Enter your courses to find equivalent courses at other schools. Matches are ranked by awarded credit, so you can eliminate the guesswork and maximize your transfer potential.

Are you transferring between schools within Wisconsin?

Visit Transfer Wisconsin to learn more about how courses transfer in the University of Wisconsin, Wisconsin Technical College, and Tribal College systems.


Focus On Student Success

I’ve always known I wanted to be involved in agriculture. The only choice I had to make was what school. I chose CVTC because it’s close to home, has the Agronomy Management program I wanted, with small class sizes and lots of out-of-class activities.

Colt, Agronomy Management Student

Student Services

CVTC offers a wide variety of services to support students as they are thinking about college, starting their college career, taking classes, and as they get ready for graduation and look for a job. Explore a handful of the services CVTC students have available to them.

Academic Advising

Each student at CVTC is given an academic advisor who will help you choose which courses to take and in which order to take them. Your advisor will help you understand degree and graduation requirements and help get you connected to campus resources.

Eau Claire: 715-833-6346
River Falls: 715-426-8200

Career Development

An online Career Assessment is another resource that is available to anyone. The career assessment will ask a series of questions and then match you to occupations, allow you to explore careers, and give you a list of CVTC programs that are a good fit for your interests.

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Paying for College

There are many different options available to pay for college. From loans and grants, to work study and scholarship, our team is ready to discuss all your financial aid options and make a plan that's best for you. If you have specific questions, contact our Admissions Advisors at 715-833-6300.

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Diversity Resources

CVTC offers a wide variety of diversity services to support students. To learn about our disability and diversity services, contact Diversity Resources, please call 715-833-6234 or send us an email.

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