College of Agriculture

B.S. in Agriculture

The BS in Agriculture covers agriscience and technology. Options are offered in Agricultural Science and Education (ASED), and Crops, Horticulture, and Land Resource Management (CHLR). State-of-the-art procedures reflect the science-based nature of agriculture and natural resource management in the 21st century. A student can choose either to concentrate in a single option or emphasize a broad overview. The program is designed for hands-on-learning. A rigorous industry-based internship program, undergraduate research experiences and a variety of learning activities at the University Farm, also known as the Agricultural Teaching and Research Center, give this program its reputation for student-centered learning.