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Undergraduate Degrees

Applied Environmental Geoscience

Applied Environmental Geoscience

Study geology topics as well as watershed science, soil science, biology, and more in this multidisciplinary degree that will prepare you for careers in environmental fields.

Environmental Chemistry

Environmental Chemistry

Study the chemical alterations in the environment, including soil contamination, water pollution, and air pollution.

Environmental Engineering

Environmental Engineering

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

Environmental Health

Environmental Health

Learn how to investigate and prevent health-related problems caused by pollution, hazardous waste, food-borne illnesses, and more.

Environmental Planning

Environmental Planning

Prepare for a career helping communities with growth and development in a unique program that focuses on large-scale planning of entire geographic regions.

Environmental Studies

Environmental Studies

Study the issues and concerns that involve humans’ relationships with nature.

Human-Environment Geography

Human-Environment Geography

Study human relationships with their environments across cultures, economies, and geographic locations.

Soils and Sustainable Land Systems

Soils and Sustainable Land Systems

Understand the physical, chemical, and biological processes that occur in the soil-water-atmosphere zone at the earth’s surface in the only program of its kind in the state.

Applied Geographic Information Science

Applied Geographic Information Science

A certificate in GIS gives students a vital set of professional skills that will set them apart in today’s job market.

Cellular/Molecular Biology

Cellular/Molecular Biology

Study the macromolecules essential to life, like nucleic acids and proteins, as you also learn all about cellular and developmental biology.

Conservation and Restoration Ecology

Conservation and Restoration Ecology

Learn to use ecological principles to maintain healthy ecosystems and restore forests, rangelands, wildlands, and grasslands that have been damaged over time.

Crop Science Research

Crop Science Research

Prepare for graduate school in plant science as you research topics like plant breeding and genetic engineering.

Ecology and Evolutionary Biology

Ecology and Evolutionary Biology

Focus your biology degree on the interactions between organisms and their environments and all the varieties of life on earth.

Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences

Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences

Study the ecology, management, restoration, and protection of freshwater fish populations and their habitats.

Forest Ecology and Management

Forest Ecology and Management

Gain the knowledge and skills needed to manage public or private forests in the only nationally accredited forestry program in the state.

Geography

Geography

Study the relationships between human society and the physical environment while delving into research about the earth’s resources.

Management and Restoration of Aquatic Ecosystems

Management and Restoration of Aquatic Ecosystems

Study the physical, chemical, and biological processes associated with rivers, streams, and lakes in a department that is nationally ranked for its research.

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.

Public Health

Public Health

Prepare for medical or dental school or careers in public health at one of the oldest programs of its kind in the nation.

Rangeland Ecology and Management

Rangeland Ecology and Management

Learn how to manage public lands for recreational use while preserving the land’s natural resources at the first university to offer academic classes in outdoor recreation.

Soils (Applied Climatology emphasis)

Soils (Applied Climatology emphasis)

Take math and science courses and pursue electives that delve deeper into meteorology, climatology and environmental physics with land surface processes, especially water.

Soils (Environmental Soil Science emphasis)

Soils (Environmental Soil Science emphasis)

Take math and science courses and pursue electives that delve deeper into topics related to soil science.

Soils (Sustainable Food Production emphasis)

Soils (Sustainable Food Production emphasis)

Take math and science courses and pursue electives that delve deeper into agriculture and human systems topics.

Wildlife Ecology and Management

Wildlife Ecology and Management

Learn all about the ecology, behavior, conservation, and management of wildlife populations as you focus on current issues and concerns in natural resources.

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.

Biotechnology (Animal, Dairy, and Veterinary Sciences)

Biotechnology (Animal, Dairy, and Veterinary Sciences)

Study exciting topics like genetic manipulation and cloning by learning scientific and engineering principles of animal genetics.

Chemistry

Chemistry

Conduct undergraduate research in chemistry as you prepare for graduate school or careers in research.

History

History

Develop skills in research, analysis, critical thinking, and communication as you study various topics in world history.

Landscape Architecture

Landscape Architecture

Get hands-on experience in this accredited, studio-based program as you prepare to become a landscape architect.

Life Science

Life Science

Study chemical reactions in the body as you prepare for medical or dental school.

Ornamental Horticulture

Ornamental Horticulture

Earn a certificate or an associate's in ornamental horticulture as you prepare to either continue on for a bachelor’s in plant science or pursue horticulture as a career and hobby.

Public Health Education

Public Health Education

Become a public health educator and teach communities how to develop healthy attitudes and behaviors.

Recreation Resource Management

Recreation Resource Management

Learn how to manage public lands for recreational uses while you preserve the land’s natural resources at the first university to offer academic classes in outdoor recreation.

Biology

Biology

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

Biology (general)

Biology (general)

Students conduct research in a variety of different topics, such as botany, entomology, biotechnology, synthetic biology, neurobiology, physiology, toxicology, microbiology, virology, etc.

Civil Engineering

Civil Engineering

Learn how to plan, design, construct, and maintain public works and structures like roads, bridges, and more.

Earth Science (Composite Teaching)

Earth Science (Composite Teaching)

Take coursework in geology, biology, chemistry, engineering, mathematics, and physics as you prepare to teach students earth science.

Geographic Information Science

Geographic Information Science

Learn all about geographic analysis and regional planning by studying geography, landscape architecture, and city and regional planning.

Interior Architecture and Design

Interior Architecture and Design

Develop strong design skills for commercial, industrial, or residential interiors from an accredited program that provides travel opportunities and hosts design professionals from around the world.


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