Program to train ag leaders who are not farmers

New concentration designed for students who want to develop leadership and communication skills as well as manage ag enterprises.

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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