West Texas A&M University is now accepting applications for the Fall cohort of their new online Masters of Agriculture Degree program.
The cohort takes two complete years to finish with summer classes offered.
Students will take classes involving natural, social, and economic disciplines in the world of agriculture for the degree.
Scholarships are being offered to those students who qualify.
A new two-year scholarship for $3,000 is being offered for students that are Texas A&M Agrilife Extension Agents. They must register with a minimum of 6 credit hours and a 3.0 GPA by August 15th.