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Undergraduate Degrees

Animal, Dairy, and Veterinary Sciences

Animal, Dairy, and Veterinary Sciences

Study all aspects of animal science, from livestock management to reproductive research and cloning.

Food Science

Food Science

Learn how engineering, biology, and physical science processes apply to food with the goal of producing and distributing safe and nutritious food.

Nutrition Science

Nutrition Science

This degree provides students with a solid background in health and life sciences.

Agricultural Systems Technology

Agricultural Systems Technology

Become an expert in the management, use, and troubleshooting of agricultural technology in the only agricultural systems technology program in the state.

Biological Engineering

Biological Engineering

Conduct research in a department that aims to change the world as it uses science and engineering to solve problems that affect medicine, food, the environment, and more.

Biology

Biology

Customize your biology degree - study many different topics, including biotechnology, mammalogy, microbiology, and more.

Agribusiness

Agribusiness

Study the financing, marketing, and management of food production in the only agribusiness program in the state.

Economics

Economics

Learn how to think critically, solve problems, work with numbers, and more as you prepare for graduate school or various careers in business.

Environmental Engineering

Environmental Engineering

Take the opportunity to solve real-world problems through research that can benefit human lives and improve the environment.

Mechanical Engineering

Mechanical Engineering

Learn to design and create mechanical systems and machines that function in nearly every area of industry and gain hands-on experience in national student competitions.

Plant Science

Plant Science

Study plants in the only agriculturally focused plant science program in the state, and conduct research in laboratories, greenhouses, and fields.

Quantitative Economic History

Quantitative Economic History

Prepare yourself for quantitative careers in business, finance, data science, and policy evaluation or for post-graduate education. The classes in the emphasis use history as a backdrop to develop the advanced critical thinking and anal