College of Agricultural & Life Sciences

Agricultural Education (M.S.)
Master the skills and techniques of teaching youth and adults through agricultural education.
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Animal Physiology (Ph.D.)
Select a specialization in animal growth, nutrition or reproduction.
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Animal Science (M.S.)
In two years you will learn to collect and analyze data that contributes to innovations in animal science.
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Applied Economics (M.S.)
Conduct studies that inform decisions and contribute to legislation about agricultural production and processing and rural economies.
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Biological and Agricultural Engineering (M.S., M.E., Ph.D)
Specialize in water resources, bioremediation, or bioenergy. Learn to develop methods and tools to improve soil and water conditions.
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Entomology (M.S., Ph.D.)
Work side-by-side your professors to solve complex biological and ecological problems in which insects are crop pests, beneficial organisms or carriers of human diseases.
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Family And Consumer Sciences (M.S.)
Use scientific research methods to understand issues of human development, family relations, personal and family finance, nutrition, and community.
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Food Science (M.S.,Ph.D.)
Apply microbiology, chemistry, nutrition, and engineering to develop new food products, improve the safety and quality of food products, and design safer and more energy-efficient food processes.
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Plant Science (M.S., Ph.D.)
Prepare for a career that addresses critical human needs both here and abroad – and enjoy the perpetual challenges of this ever-evolving science.
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Soil & Land Resources (M.S., Ph.D.)
Learn the amazingly complex chemical and biological processes that shape the soil ecosystem; develop valued expertise in managing soils and conserving soil and water quality.
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