UGA and Bainbridge State Team Up to Educate Future Agricultural Leaders
The University of Georgia and Bainbridge State College have signed three Memorandums of Understanding that will allow students who graduate from BSC to automatically gain acceptance into a bachelor’s degree program in agriculture at the UGA campus in Tifton. Since agriculture plays an imperative role in the region’s economy, this new partnership ensures that students from the region who want to work in this field will have the opportunity to complete the training they need. “Tifton is in the heart of the state’s agricultural area,” said Scott Angle, dean and director of the UGA CAES. “Their educators are world-class scientists who will provide great benefit to the students in this program,” he said.