At the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, we have many programs you might not expect, such as remote sensing and regulatory science. We also offer all the traditional animal, turf, and soil science degrees as well as a diverse range of other programs. Filter through our majors, minors, and certificates to learn more about the educational opportunities we offer in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences.
More on minors: A minor is a great way to customize your studies. A minor consists of a group of specialized courses, totaling between 15 and 18 credit hours. If you find a minor that interests you, check the department’s website for any prerequisites, then contact an advisor in the department.
More on certificates: Similar to a minor, a certificate program can help you obtain specialization in an academic area and requires taking a group of related courses. Our advisors can help you decide if a certificate program would benefit you.