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How many years of college does it take to graduate as an Agriculture?

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shontaa’s Answer

Hi Melissa. It looks like you can actually go all the way up to a Phd for agriculture and farming. I'd say it depends on how far you'd like to go with agriculture schooling. To get an associates degree is 2 years, bachelors degree is 4 years, masters degree is 1-3 years and a Phd is at least 4 years.
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Russell’s Answer

Hello Melissa. Your question is a good one. The number of years would be determined by what your ultimate goal is and by how many credits you want to take each semester. A fairly good guideline for most degrees is that you would need to take about 16 credits per semester in order to graduate in 4 years with a bachelor's degree.
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