• Biochemistry

    Gain the scientific knowledge and research skills to help develop new and improved medicines, genetically engineer hardier plants, or create safer and cleaner fuels.

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  • Pre-Physician Assistant

    Gain the specific knowledge and clinical experiences required for a career as a physician assistant.

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  • Computer Engineering

    Learn how to design, develop and test sophisticated computing technologies used in electronic instrumentation, communication and power systems, and more.

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  • Landscape Architecture

    Build a foundation for diverse opportunities in landscape architecture, landscape design or the green industry.

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  • Pre-Pharmacy

    Prepare to become a pharmacist with the required courses and experiences you need for application to a pharmacy program.

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  • Computer Science

    Learn how to design, test and develop computer systems for business, communication, entertainment, transportation, healthcare, and many other every-day purposes.

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  • Food Science

    Combine knowledge in biology, chemistry, nutrition, engineering and other disciplines to create innovative products in the food and beverage industry that will meet the needs of today’s consumer.

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  • Rangeland Conservation

    Gain the skills to manage, restore and conserve the wild habitats and natural landscapes that cover half of the earth.

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  • Geography

    Learn geographic methods and techniques to address complex issues related to the environment, natural resources, populations, and political and economic systems.

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  • Pre-Optometry

    Take your first steps toward a career as an eye doctor with the knowledge and experiences required for optometry school.

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