Whether you’re into math or marketing, machinery or medicine, we give you the power to change the world. Find what you want to become and who you can be. Check out our majors by using the guide on the left to find a degree that aligns with your goals.
Learn essential adulting skills for personal life success.
For Animal Sciences majors interested in careers involving animal sheltering, control, advocacy, protection, and policy.
Build a foundation of cannabis production skills.
Designed to provide students with a solid understanding of how commodity prices and price spreads move, what drives them, how to trade commodities, and how to manage the risks of doing so.
Enhance the well-being of companion animals.
A certificate in Contextual Engineering demonstrates that students have been trained to think about user community needs when addressing technical needs, regardless of where that community is located or how different it is from the students’ own experiences.
Apply rigorous engineering principles to food, agricultural and biological materials in the manufacture of food, biochemicals and biofuels for industrial, human and animal uses.
Learn the science and practice of food production.
The Gateways Family Specialist Credential (FSC) is for professionals who provide direct services to families.
Further your knowledge of fruits, vegetables, medicinal plants, and crops.
Gain an understanding of dairy cattle biology, nutrition, and livestock farm management.
A certificate in Industrial and Agricultural Safety and Health will provide a strong foundation for understanding safe practices, injury prevention, mental health, the psychology of unsafe behavior and effective safety measures.
Develop leadership, communication, managerial, and cultural skills.
The Meat Science certificate is for students who are majoring in Animal Science or Food Science and plan a career in the meat or food industry.
Develop expertise in natural resource sustainable practices.
Engage in critical conversations that have global impacts on climate change, natural resources, or food production systems.
Immerse yourself in the intersection of environmental issues and human affairs, and discover how this intersection creates "wicked problems" without easy solutions.
Broaden your expertise in biodiversity conservation, endangered species, wild animal management, and natural habitats.