In the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources, business, education, science and technology are used to solve problems related to environmental protection; food and fiber production; and animal and plant health. Comprising nearly 25% of the nation's workforce, agriculture and natural resources provide career opportunities in research, industry, education and government.
The curricula provide a flexible program of study designed to educate students on the rapid changes and improvements in agriculture and natural resources. Frequent consultation with faculty advisors helps students progress toward achieving their educational goals. College faculty encourage and support students to pursue Degrees with Distinction, to take courses in the University Honors Program, and to participate in the Science and Engineering Scholars summer research program.
Undergraduate majors are offered in agriculture and natural resources, agricultural education, animal and food sciences, ecology, entomology, environmental and resource economics, environmental soil science, food and agribusiness marketing and management, food science, landscape horticulture and design, natural resource management, plant protection, plant science, preveterinary medicine and animal biosciences, statistics, and wildlife conservation.Taking Courses Pass/FailDean's Scholar ProgramBachelor of Science Core CurriculumAgriculture and Natural ResourcesAnimal and Food SciencesEntomology and Wildlife EcologyApplied Economics and StatisticsNatural Resource ManagementPlant and Soil SciencesThe Associate In Science Degree
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