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College of Agriculture, Health and Natural Resources

Develop the insight to understand the ties that connect people, health, food, environment, and agriculture in economically viable and sustainable ways. Whether your interest is human, plant, or animal health, or environmental sustainability and conservation, you will question conventional thinking, address real world problems, and explore new frontiers.

Departments in the College of Agriculture, Health and Natural Resources pride themselves on providing unparalleled opportunities to learn through transformative hands-on experiences.

Available Majors including Concentrations

Agriculture and Natural Resources

Allied Health Sciences

  • Health Sciences
  • Health Care Administration
  • Public Health and Health Promotion
  • Occupational and Environmental Health and Safety

Animal Science

Applied and Resource Economics

  • Economics of Sustainable Development and Management
  • Environmental and Natural Resource Economics

Diagnostic Genetic Sciences


Environmental Sciences

  • Global Change
  • Human Health
  • Sustainable Systems

Environmental Studies

Exercise Science

Individualized Major

Landscape Architecture

Medical Laboratory Sciences

Natural Resources

  • Environmental Sustainability and Conservation
  • Fisheries and Wildlife Conservation
  • Sustainable Forest Resources
  • Water Resources and Climate

Nutritional Sciences

  • Didactic Program in Dietetics


Sustainable Plant and Soil Systems

  • Environmental Horticulture
  • Sustainable Agriculture
  • Turfgrass Science

The following majors are recommended for pre-medical, pre-dental, pre-physician assistant, and pre-physical therapy

  • Allied Health Services
  • Exercise Science
  • Nutritional Sciences
  • Pathobiology

The following majors are recommended for pre-public health

  • Allied Health Services
  • Environmental Sciences
  • Nutritional Sciences
  • Pathobiology

The following majors are recommended for pre-veterinary science

  • Animal Science
  • Pathobiology

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