Agriculture is a scientific discipline that involves both basic and applied research and its application to agricultural problems. The Department of Agriculture offers a bachelor’s degree with six program options. Graduates are employed in all areas of the food and fiber system, from production agriculture, to banking and business, to the management of supply chains, to research applications and graduate study.
All academic programs in the Department of Agriculture providewell balanced educational activities designed to prepare students for professional careers, to encourage constructive citizenship, and to develop leadership skills and potential.
|Bachelor’s degree programs||Regulatory Science options
|Agricultural Business||Environmental Biology|
|Plant Science (Agronomy/Horticulture)||Industrial Health and Safety|
|Agricultural Education||Master of Science degree|
|General Agriculture||Agricultural Regulations|