Agriculture, or "Ag," at Indian Hills includes a wide variety of interesting and meaningful careers, everything from landscaping technology to animal science to precision farming.
|Entry Term||All Terms|
|Length of Program||Landscape & Turfgrass Technology – 7 Terms (21 Months)
Precision Farming – 7 Terms (21 Months)
Animal Science – 7 Terms (21 Months)
|Diploma/Degree||Landscape & Turfgrass Technology – Associate of Applied Sciences (A.A.S.)
Precision Farming – Associate of Applied Sciences (A.A.S.)
Animal Science – Associate of Applied Sciences (A.A.S.)
Given our location, you’d think we’d offer an outstanding Iowa ag program. You’d be right! Farming is the backbone of our state’s economy, and few career paths offer you the chance to help more people live better than ag. Our ag programs at Indian Hills Community College in Iowa are the place to start or improve your career in agriculture.
You don’t need to have grown up on a farm to have a career in agriculture. Students from all walks of life are finding high-paying jobs and great career satisfaction in a variety of ag-related fields (no pun intended).
Get the Scoop on Ag Programs
As you can see, you can earn your associate degree in one of our ag programs in less than two years. Select one of our three programs below to check out the details of what’s really involved in participating in one of our ag sciences programs and what you will learn.
|Landscape & Turfgrass Technology||Precision Farming||Animal Science|
Whether or not you have experience in higher education, chances are you have questions
about the costs involved, what financial aid or community college scholarships or grants may be available or whether or not to live on campus. Get started with
any of the links below, and if you have more questions, let’s connect!
|Tuition & Financial Aid||Request More Information|
|Visit Campus||Apply Now|
Not sure what program you want to go into? Don’t stress. Just ask Neric or Brydon!
Neric Smith, Program Director, Construction & Agricultural Sciences
(641)-856-2143, ext. 2203 or (800) 670-3641, ext. 2203
Brydon Kaster, Professor of Agricultural Sciences
(641) 856-2143, ext. 2216 or (800) 670-3641, ext. 2216