State FFA degree completers
MSU offers six college credits to Michigan high school State FFA degree completers
The College of Agriculture and Natural Resources (CANR) is pleased to offer six general university credits to students who:
- Admitted to Michigan State University (MSU) or the Insitute of Agricultural Technology (IAT)
- Complete Michigan’s state-approved Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources Education Program
- Receive the Michigan High School State FFA degree.
Who is eligible?
Michigan high school students who have completed the state-approved Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources Education Program in their schools and have received the State FFA degree are eligible. Students should have also gained admittance to MSU or IAT.
How are credits applied?
Students who want to apply the credits to their MSU degrees or programs need to work with their departmental advisers to determine how the credits will count.
Download our information form to fill out documentation for a student who has completed a Michigan high school state-approved Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources Education Program and has earned the Michigan High School State FFA Degree.
For a Michigan high school student, making a commmitment to education in agriculture, food and natural resources though earning a Michigan High School State FFA degree is a big deal. We know that these students will be among those who tackle the world’s biggest problems in the areas of food, energy and the environment. This opportunity is available because of an agreement between the Michigan Department of Education and MSU.