Students can begin enrolling now in the new programs, with classes beginning this fall.
THIEF RIVER FALLS, Minn. - Northland Community and Technical College (NCTC) has added four new programs within the Agriculture department. Students can begin enrolling now in the new programs, with classes beginning this fall at the school’s Thief River Falls, MN, campus.
Of the four new courses of study, two are certificate programs (General Agriculture and Advanced General Agriculture) and two are associate degree programs (Animal Science AAS and Agricultural Education AS). NCTC has an articulation agreement with the University of Minnesota, Crookston, on that will allow for the seamless transfer of credits for NCTC students seeking to transfer and pursue a four-year degree.
“We are a growing community,” explained ADawn Nelson, NCTC Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources Program Manager. “We need to figure out how to be more sustainable and efficient than ever, and we need students interested in becoming the ag workers of the future with a much broader, overall view of our increasingly interconnected industry.”
Northland Community and Technical College is a comprehensive college with campuses in Thief River Falls, MN and East Grand Forks, MN. NCTC also has an aerospace site in Thief River Falls, MN and a satellite site in Roseau, MN. NCTC offers certificates, diplomas, transfer courses, two-year AAS degrees in more than 60 areas of study, workforce training and education programs. NCTC is a member of Minnesota State, and is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association. NCTC is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer & educator. Visit NCTC online at www.northlandcollege.edu.