Agriculture Natural Resources

Student working on Webb Farm with a horse for a class with Professor Amy Biddle

Why major in Agriculture and Natural Resources?

Students experience all that the college has to offer. By choosing courses across all four of our departments, undergraduates gain practical, interdisciplinary experience, making them appealing to employers looking for graduates with diverse backgrounds.

What is unique about this program?

Students in the major experience all that the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources has to offer. By choosing courses in Animal and Food Sciences; Applied Economics and Statistics; Entomology and Wildlife Ecology; and Plant and Soil Sciences, students gain practical experience in the various subjects that make up the field of agriculture and natural resources.  Students have flexibility in their curriculum, allowing them to sample different areas while making them appealing to employers looking for graduates with diverse backgrounds in agriculture and natural resources.  

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