Agronomy and Horticulture Online Master's Degree and Academic Certificate Program


Welcome to the Department of Agronomy and Horticulture online program at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln! This homepage describes the online Master's Degree in Agronomy or Horticulture as well as online graduate certificates. These distance education programs will help you move your agricultural career forward without ever having to leave your home or community.

"If you want to go far, go together," Professor Steve Baenziger quoting an African proverb in this video above.  View his comments on why you should come to the University of Nebraska-Lincoln and join the collegial atmosphere in the Agronomy and Horticulture online program.

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Online instructors recognized with Parents’ Recognition Awards

Charles Francis and Don Lee

Chuck Francis, left, and Don Lee

Two online instructors were among a handful of Agronomy and Horticuture professors to earn the Parents Recognition Award on Feb. 2 at the Nebraska East Union. Chuck Francis, online instructor for Land Grabs in the Global South, and Don Lee, plant breeding & genetics online instructor, joined resident instructor/researchers John Guretzky, Stacy Adams and Daniel Schachtman in earning the recognition.

The awards are earned through nominations made from parents of Nebraska students. The Parents Association solicits nominations through an annual mailing, asking parents to nominate a faculty or staff employee who has made a significant difference in their student's life.

Presented annually, the honors provide positive feedback to faculty and staff about their work with students.  The annual recognition ceremony was organized by the Office of Student Affairs and co-sponsored by the Teaching Council and the Parents Association.

More than 228 university employees were recognized. See full story for more details.

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