Take your first steps toward a career as an eye doctor with the knowledge and experiences required for optometry school.
Explore the molecular biology of life through the combined studies of biochemistry, evolution, genetics/genomics, and physiology.
Investigate the causes of crime and how society prevents and responds to criminal behavior.
Gain the scientific expertise to better manage water for farming, forestry and other water-dependent industries.
Gain the creative skills and media knowledge to work in the billion-dollar advertising industry.
Learn the techniques, materials, tools and practical design skills for a professional career in interior design.
Explore the science of life through the study of biological concepts like evolution, genetics, physiology, anatomy, ecology and more.
Gain the skills to develop machines and processes for aerospace, automotive, energy, manufacturing, robotics and many other industries.
Learn how to help families improve quality of life through positive choices in family development across the lifespan.
Gain the skills to organize and manage the process of moving goods and services through production and to the customer.
Gain proficiency in several areas of agriculture and master at least one area that best prepares you for your career goals.
Learn to teach youth and adults the practical job skills they need to enter and succeed in today’s workforce.
Learn to speak, read, and write the Spanish language while exploring and experiencing Spanish, Latin American and Latinx cultures and literatures.
Prepare to become a pharmacist with the required courses and experiences you need for application to a pharmacy program.
Gain the fundamental design skills and hands-on experiences for opportunities in the broad field of architecture.
Learn problem-solving tools and sharp analytical skills for a professional future in science, economics, technology, business or education.
Gain the on-stage experience and production and performance skills for a future in live theater, film or television.
Learn the fundamentals of child development and how to contribute to healthy family environments.
Learn to apply statistical principles and data analysis to help develop new products, address scientific questions, solve problems in business and government, and much more.
Combine your interest in business and foreign language.
Study the nutritional needs of the body and learn to educate others about healthy eating.
Combine chemistry with engineering to create better industrial processes used to produce petroleum and paper products, pharmaceuticals, energy, electronics, food, chemicals, and more.
Develop engineering and technology solutions to improve food production, natural resource management, pollution control, energy production, and more.
Gain the specific knowledge and experiences that will prepare you to apply to dental school.
Explore different societies around the world and investigate human cultures of the past and present.
Prepare for a dance-related career with professional training in performance, choreography and teaching.
Growing demand for food and fiber crops requires the need to maximize long-term sustainability of our agricultural systems and reimagine how we grow, market and transport food.
Take your first steps toward a career as a physical therapist with the courses and experiences you need to apply to physical therapy school.
Gain the industry knowledge and practical teaching skills to become a secondary school teacher of agriculture (grades 6–12).
Gain the scientific foundation and laboratory experiences that will prepare you to apply to become a medical laboratory scientist.
Learn to design and build virtual technologies for video games, animated films, simulations, business and education programs, and many other applications.
Build broad business and leadership skills to help organizations develop and manage a quality workforce.
Learn the science of growing plants from seed to final plant product and apply this knowledge to raise horticultural crops or manage urban landscapes.
Become prepared to teach a specific subject area to students in middle school or high school.
Learn about management, marketing, finance, economics, policy and other business topics in the context of agriculture and the food industry.
Develop the skills to plan and design bridges, highways, airports, large complexes, flood- and pollution-control systems, and much more.
Learn how to produce profitable, sustainable field crops like wheat, corn, barley, rapeseed and beans.
Gain the training and credentials to teach multiple subjects to students in grades K-8.
Gain the skills to manage, restore and conserve the wild habitats and natural landscapes that cover half of the earth.
Explore the people, places and events of the past that have helped shape the world of the present.
Learn how to improve plants for food, fuel, fiber and landscapes through modern molecular technology.
Learn how to create, direct and produce news and entertainment programs for television, radio and digital media.
Gain the skills and expertise to help people invest and manage their personal and business finances wisely.
Build your knowledge about Latin American countries and their growing political and economic importance in the world.
Gain valuable knowledge in animal health, growth and nutrition for a career in veterinary science, livestock management, dairy production or agribusiness.
Gain a broad liberal arts education and develop your skills in graphic design, interactive design or studio art.
Develop the newsgathering, production and writing skills for a career in print, broadcast or online journalism.
Protect our nation’s computing systems, networks and critical infrastructure and train to meet the high demand for cybersecurity professionals.
Gain the skills and knowledge to protect and manage the natural resources that support healthy wildlife.
Nurture your musical talent through performance, composition and intensive training in your instrument of choice.
Study soil systems and learn how to improve soil and water quality for a healthier environment, better farming and safer development.
Learn geographic methods and techniques to address complex issues related to the environment, natural resources, populations, and political and economic systems.
Explore a variety of subject areas and gain a broad educational background for careers in business, social services and other fields.
Learn about the history, policies and challenges that drive governments and political systems around the world.
Prepare for a career in the dynamic world of the apparel industry with skills in apparel design, product development, merchandising and more.
Learn how to design, develop and test sophisticated computing technologies used in electronic instrumentation, communication and power systems, and more.
Learn how to analyze agribusiness productivity and to improve operations through better design, use and management of equipment and systems.
Put your future in focus with the skills for a career in narrative film, entertainment television or video production.
Learn how to protect and restore the plants, animals, landscapes and seascapes that support ecological diversity on earth.
Explore phenomena of the physical universe and gain the research, computer and technical skills for a future as a scientist, engineer or educator.
Explore the science of microscopic life through the combined studies of evolution, genetics, physiology, ecology, and disease.
Discover and apply principles of effective communication in professional, cultural and interpersonal settings.
Learn how to sell a product, service or idea to consumers in today’s global marketplace.
Learn how to manipulate chemicals and other substances to solve practical problems related to medicine, food, materials, national security, energy and more.
Learn from a comprehensive range of coursework in fundamental concepts of biology, critical thinking, leadership and professional conduct, psychology, global and cultural competence, and biomedical specialty areas.
Learn why and how fires burn in our wildlands, and study the effects these fires have on the environment, quality of life and the economy.
Prepare to become a physician with the knowledge and clinical experiences you need to enter medical school.
Gain the scientific foundation for a future in environmental geology, water resources, earth science education, minerals exploration, the petroleum industry and more.
Open doors to a variety of careers with versatile skills in economics, business, and critical and analytical thinking.
Develop the leadership and communication skills to become a better manager in corporate, health care, non-profits, government and other professional settings.
Build a foundation for diverse opportunities in landscape architecture, landscape design or the green industry.
Gain the solid science-based knowledge to ensure healthy fish populations in fisheries, lakes and rivers.
Gain the specific knowledge and experiences that will prepare you to apply to occupational therapy school.
Learn how to design and test electrical circuits and systems used in electronic devices, cell phones, computers, power systems, cars, airplanes and much more.
Prepare to plan, organize and lead recreation programs for communities, tourism companies, youth groups, and other organizations.
Prepare to solve the globe’s environmental problems with study in the natural sciences, social sciences and other fields.
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.
Explore the psychology of the human mind and its role in decision-making, behaviors, relationships, work and more.
Prepare for a career as a professional studio artist with intensive studio training, expert faculty instruction, and an exhibition of your work.
Examine life's fundamental questions and develop the reasoning, critical thinking and communication skills that are highly valued in many professions.
Learn to speak, read, and write the French language while exploring and experiencing the culture.
Learn the science and strategies to improve people’s quality of life through fitness and nutrition.
Learn to create and manage complex technological systems in business, manufacturing, industry and government.
Develop the writing, strategic thinking and communication skills to manage and protect an organization’s image and relationship with the public.
Learn to influence human behavior in order to effectively manage natural resources and address environmental issues.
Prepare for specific career goals with a self-designed major that blends learning in the liberal arts and sciences.
Learn how to balance forest preservation and conservation with the need to use forest resources for water, recreation, and renewable wood-based materials.
Develop the skills to solve complex pest-control problems, tackle pressing pollination issues and battle insect-borne diseases.
Learn how to design, test and develop computer systems for business, communication, entertainment, transportation, healthcare, and many other every-day purposes.
Gain the skills to become a certified teacher or special educator for infants, toddlers, preschoolers and children in grades K-3.
Gain the specific knowledge and clinical experiences required for a career as a physician assistant.
Learn about the need for food and energy and how to apply your expertise to manage and produce quality crops.
Learn how to protect our forests and natural resources through the development and use of renewable wood-based products and sustainable building materials.
Turn a passion for reading and writing into a career as a teacher, writer, communications specialist or professional in many other fields.
Gain the accounting knowledge and technical skills to help organizations manage finances and make smart business decisions.
Gain the scientific knowledge and research skills to help develop new and improved medicines, genetically engineer hardier plants, or create safer and cleaner fuels.
Examine the structure of human society and its connection to behaviors, attitudes and opportunities.
Build your international awareness and fluency in a foreign language for careers in business, economics, government and other fields.
Explore the science of human nutrition and how food affects health and wellness.
Learn to apply the tools of economics to analyze problems and reach solutions in agriculture, the food industry, community development, natural resources, international trade and related fields.
Explore business fundamentals — such as management, marketing, accounting and communication — as they apply to livestock industries.
Examine all aspects of milk production, from the physiology of lactation to the management of a modern dairy.
Prepare for a career as a veterinarian with the courses and experiences required to enter veterinary school.
Learn to raise and care for animals for meat, milk and other products and to manage daily operations of a livestock facility.
Examine how consumer spending, investments, stock markets and other financial drivers affect global economies.
The Business Economics general option offers the flexibility to expand your knowledge and marketability
Develop the business economics knowledge and golf skills to transform your passion for golf into a professional career on the course.
Prepare to teach business, marketing, and business technologies at the high-school or post-secondary level.
Prepare to teach engineering and technology subjects at a high school, community college, or in an industrial setting.
Learn to teach post-secondary students the defined skill sets they need for careers in professional-technical occupations.
Build the chemistry foundation, research experiences, and analytical skills to pursue a career in the crime lab.
Prepare for entrance into medical, dental or other professional school while forming a solid chemistry foundation and research skills.
Turn a passion for writing into a career as a publisher, writer, teacher, communications specialist or professional in many other fields.
Turn a passion for language, reading and writing into a career as a communications specialist, writer, teacher or professional in many other fields.
Turn a passion for reading and writing into a career as a technical or business writer, communications specialist or professional in many other fields.
Prepare to solve the globe’s environmental problems with study in the natural sciences, social sciences and other fields.
Develop the financial knowledge and golf skills to transform your passion for golf into a professional career on the course.
The Dairy Foods Management program will provide students with knowledge and hands-on training for careers in the dairy industry.
Learn how microorganisms transform food and beverages.
Develop the management knowledge and golf skills to transform your passion for golf into a professional career on the course.
Develop the business knowledge and golf skills to transform your passion for golf into a professional career on the course.
Learn how to create new business opportunities and to move innovative ideas into the marketplace.
Learn how to analyze consumer data to most effectively market a product, service, or idea.
Develop the marketing knowledge and golf skills to transform your passion for golf into a professional career on the course.
Develop the mathematical knowledge and technical skills for a career in the computer industry.
Learn to apply advanced mathematical models to solve complex scientific and engineering problems.
Learn to create and apply mathematical models for the biological sciences.
Prepare to help people enjoy the great outdoors while protecting and conserving our natural lands.
Learn to communicate and manage today’s conservation and natural resource issues in a variety of professional settings.
Develop the operations management knowledge and golf skills to transform your passion for golf into a professional career on the course.
Learn to apply your mathematical knowledge to assess risk for insurance companies, financial firms and businesses.
Enhance your career opportunities with data analysis skills that are valued in a number of professions.