The University of Maryland’s "Certificate of Applied Agriculture" undergraduate program is the university’s oldest non-degree program — and one of its most successful, with a 90% job placement rate for graduates.
Now, this signature program is launching into a vital new area: teaching "agricultural leadership and communication" to students who are passionate about the importance of agriculture but don’t want to become farmers.
"True to our land-grant mission, we focus on mee
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