Agriculture & Life Sciences Degrees Online

Scientist in field

The University of Nebraska offers online Agriculture and Life Sciences degree programs at both the bachelor's and master's level. Choose from master's degrees in agronomy – with curriculum focused on industry applications; entomology – designed for agricultural professionals, crop consultants, and science and biology teachers; and applied science. 

The Agriculture and Life Sciences area also includes seven online certificate programs – in advanced horticulture; floriculture, and nursery production management; grasslands management; meat culinology; food safety and defense; ornamental, landscape and turf; and agriculture and natural resources – to provide advanced education in highly specialized fields.

Choose from the menus below to find an online degree program of interest.

What's it Worth?
Median Annual Earnings for
Agriculture and Life Sciences Majors
= $50K Undergrad, $70K Graduate

Source: "What's It Worth? The Economic Value of College Majors" Georgetown University's Center on Education and the Workforce.