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  • Field days bring visitors and students to the Experiential Learning and Research Center
  • Racing alternative-fueled vehicles requires technology, skill, and luck
  • An outdoor arena is just one part of MTSU’s state-of-art Horse Science Center
  • MTSU students operate their own farmer's market where they sell produce and plants they have grown themselves

Welcome to the School of Agribusiness and Agriscience

The MTSU School of Agribusiness and Agriscience appreciates your interest in our undergraduate and graduate programs. Agribusiness combines business operations with agricultural production. Agriscience combines science and technology with agricultural production. However, comments from students tell more about us than definitions: learning by doing, hands-on programs, a place where the teachers know you, facilities with high-end technology, and opportunities to travel abroad. With several farms, a dairy, four greenhouses, and a horse science center, it’s not surprising that students can apply what they learn in a variety of real-life settings. Feeding the world in a sustainable way is key to the future, and students can participate in research and experiential learning toward that goal.

We offer programs leading to B.S. degrees in Agribusiness, Animal Science, Horse Science, and Plant and Soil Science. A Master of Science (M.S.) degree is offered in Horse Science with a choice among three concentrations: Equine Education, Equine Management, or Equine Physiology. We invite you to explore the variety of programs available at MTSU.

The School of Agribusiness and Agriscience is part of the College of Basic and Applied Sciences.

Directions to MTSU Horse Science Center

Directions to MTSU Farms 


    MTSU Agritourism presents BREAKFAST WITH SANTA and the  MTSU FARM ANIMALS, Saturday, December 5th, 2015 from 9 am to 11 am at the Tennessee Livestock Center.  Seating is limited, Adults, $10, Children 3-12 $5.  Reservations are required by November 23rd.  For more information please contact Dr. Alanna Vaught (, 615-494-7967, or Student Coordinator, Matthew Bergin, 615-351-0342. 


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