A hands-on education
Practical experiences inside and outside of the classroom
UD's College of Agriculture and Natural Resources: A true community: youtube.com/watch?v=-caFa-Uu_xo
With a full slate of majors and minors, our programs teach students how to feed the world and protect the planet, and our graduates are in high-demand. According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture, the food, agriculture, natural resources and the environmental sectors will generate nearly two jobs for every one graduate.
Our college is an educationally rich environment bursting with life and learning. Students are invited and encouraged to be full partners in their education. As an undergraduate student, we will strongly encourage you to question, discuss and develop the expertise necessary to formulate solutions to real-world challenges in whatever career you pursue.
Go Global at UD
USA Today lists five agriculture and natural resources programs in the top 25 majors for employability.
There are dozens of reasons to choose UD.
In the College of Agriculture & Natural Resources, the word “research” goes beyond the stereotype of white coats and sterile labs. Research opportunities are available in our laboratories, greenhouses, forest, gardens, and with local industries, and organizations as early as freshman year.