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Degree Programs

Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of Arts
The College of Agriculture and Natural Resources offers baccalaureate degrees in the following 16 majors: allied health sciences, animal science, diagnostic genetic sciences, dietetics, environmental science, environmental studies (Bachelor of Arts), horticulture, landscape architecture, medical laboratory sciences, nutritional sciences, pathobiology, natural resources, resource economics, turfgrass and soil science, the interdisciplinary major agriculture and natural resources, and the individualized major. Students in most majors are permitted a great deal of latitude in the choice of courses and may emphasize a range of options to meet personal goals.

Click here to access Plans of Study and view the requirements for all of our majors and minors.

Majors and Areas of Concentration


The College of Agriculture and Natural Resources offers 15 minors. For more information, please refer to the Undergraduate Catalog for minor descriptions and requirements. Click here to access the Minor Plans of Study.


Associate of Applied Science
The Ratcliffe Hicks School of Agriculture is a two-year associate's degree program of technical and applied agricultural education.  Students majoring in Animal Science may concentrate in Equine Science or Dairy and Livestock Management.  Students pursuing careers in Turfgrass Management, Nursery and Landscaping, or Floriculture may major in Ornamental Horticulture and Turfgrass Management.