The online agricultural diploma program is a way for students to obtain an undergraduate degree without going to a traditional university.
Students may choose to pursue an online course for credit or transfer to a higher school, according to the College Board.
The degree is usually offered online through a variety of programs.
However, some programs have begun offering them through traditional university networks.
In this example, the online agriculture program is offered at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, which offers the online course online.
A typical year for a student pursuing an online agriculture certificate would consist of: six months at North Carolina State University, one semester at UNC Asheville and one semester in a college or university, according the College Boards website.
You will likely need to earn a degree from a local or national university, and complete all the requirements before enrolling in the online program.
Some online agriculture programs offer classes through the U.S. Department of Agriculture.
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