Through a fundamental understanding of soil science and management, gain knowledge and tools to help reverse soil erosion and degradation while sequestering carbon.
Provide solutions necessary to achieve aesthetically pleasing, functional, and environmentally sound outdoor spaces.
Learn the application of scientific principles in the growing, marketing, processing, and utilizing of fruits, vegetables, flower and foliage plants, trees, shrubs, and turf grasses.
Learn the science of organic agriculture with additional courses specifically focused on organic agriculture production techniques, business management, marketing, and decision making.
Provides a platform for students to integrate business principles with applied food management courses.
Discover a valuable way to help understand how humans can use and conserve our natural resources.
Apply the knowledge gained in biology courses to real world problems. Learn how microbes, insects, and weeds impact food production, urban landscapes, forests, rangelands, and other ecosystems.
Offers students an integrated set of courses in agricultural education. Pursue content in animal sciences, plant sciences, food products and processing, or natural resources.
Explore the science of insects and other arthropods, such as ticks and mites. Learn about the many critical roles that arthropods play in ecosystems and how you can help maintain ecosystem health by helping arthropods.
Focus studies on agricultural production management, financial management, marketing management, international development and trade.
Study holistic methods for food production that promote and enhance agro-ecosystem health, including biodiversity, biological cycles, and soil biological activity.
Complement your major with a strong knowledge base in the principles and applications of soil science.