The Agriculture Pathways Partnership is a collaboration between Missouri State University-Springfield, Missouri State-West Plains and Crowder College. This program allows students with an associate of arts degree to work toward a bachelor's degree in agriculture by taking upper-division classes offered at off-site locations, including Neosho. The BAS is a very flexible degree program which allows students to choose upper-division courses that interest them with the help of an advisor. It prepares students for a diverse array of careers in agriculture and its allied industries.
Bachelor of Applied Science in Agriculture • Neosho