Some good online agriculture programs are Colorado State University's Bachelor of Science in Agricultural Business and the University of North Carolina's Bachelor of Science in Agricultural Education. Colorado State University also offers the Master of Agriculture in Agricultural Sciences and Master of Agricultural Extension Education programs. Online master's degrees from the University of North Carolina are the Master of Science in Agricultural Education, Master of Agricultural Education and Master of Soil Science programs.
A key benefit of the University of North Carolina's online programs in agriculture are that they draw on resources from each of the university's 16 campuses. They are intended to prepare students for agricultural teaching and consultation positions, among other career options.
Students enrolled in one of Colorado State University's online master-level programs in agriculture have the benefit of using the Agriculture Extension Education program to engage and work with participating peers nationwide in preparation for pursuing a career.
Another recommended online course in agriculture is Oregon State University's Bachelor of Science in Agricultural Sciences. Students can adapt the standard curriculum as they see fit for pursuing their preferred career path, with some of the topics covering crop and soil science, animal science and agribusiness.
Some other online courses in agriculture are Ashford University's Bachelor of Environmental Studies and Northern Arizona University's Master of Administration: Land Use Planning.