Hydroponic Food Production
Build skills for modern, urban, controlled-environment agriculture
Keeping track of your academic progress towards graduation should be your No. 1 priority! You have been assigned one or more faculty or professional academic advisors to assist you during your UD academic career. They are just one of the many resources available to provide you with academic support. Staying on top of your academic progress is key to having a successful and rewarding college experience.
Cultivating Our Legacy
Our college is an educationally rich environment bursting with life and learning, where students are invited and encouraged to be full partners in their education. You are ultimately responsible for all the decisions you make both academically and personally while a student here at UD. So get to know your academic advisor, become knowledgeable with UD's undergraduate catalog, and ask lots of questions.
The Office of Undergraduate Student Services has an open-door policy and family-like environment that promises to:
Provide resources and support for academic advisement;
Provide information on our programs of study and opportunities to visit our part of campus for those interested in declaring a major/minor in our college;
Connect you with faculty mentors and other support offices on campus; and
Be there for you from your first day of school through graduation day and beyond.
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2020 Winter Study Abroad in Tanzania 2020
Photos taken by Patrick Carney, insect ecology and conservation major
CANR offers study abroad opportunities to New Zealand, Brazil, Costa Rica and Tanzania to name a few.
Some of the courses offered abroad include:
- ENWC 453: Community-Based Conservation
- ANFS 419: Topics in International Animal Agriculture
- PLSC 100: Plants and Human Culture
- APEC 150: Economics of Agriculture and Natural Resources