The Agricultural Sciences Program is one of the fastest-growing and largest divisions in the Blinn College District. Agricultural Sciences is an academically driven program providing accredited courses that can lead to an associate degree and transfer to major universities. Blinn has one of the most active extracurricular programs in the state, including livestock judging, the Agriculture Club, wildlife, agriculture mechanics, horticulture, and agricultural sciences.
Blinn’s Agricultural Sciences Program is approximately four times the size of any other two-year agricultural program in the state and offers agriculture classes on all of its campuses, with the W.J. “Bill” Rankin Agricultural Complex serving as the program’s hub. Blinn is an active member of the Agriculture Consortium of Texas and maintains close associations with department heads and representatives from all Texas agriculture universities to ensure a smooth transition for students.
Students from approximately 80 high schools will showcase their agricultural mechanics projects at the W.J. ‘Bill’ Rankin Agricultural Complex