The Department of Agriculture emphasizes the utilization of environmentally sustainable practices with a focus on stewardship of the earth’s resources. It offers degree programs in:

  • Animal Science/Pre-Veterinary Medicine

  • BS Sustainable Horticulture

    • Concentrations in:

      • AgriBusiness

      • Landscape and Environmental Design

      • International Agriculture Development 


Animal Science/Pre-Veterinary Medicine

The Bachelor of Science degree in Animal Science prepares students for management-level employment in an animal-related field or admission to graduate school. Students interested in pursuing a career in veterinary medicine will need to complete additional science classes to meet the prerequisites for veterinary colleges. See “Recommended for Pre-Vet” below for more details.



BS Sustainable Horticulture

The Bachelor of Science degree in Sustainable Horticulture is a professional degree for students looking for a future in management or supervision. All concentrations are based in the domesticated plant profession with uses in food systems, environmental design and systems planning. After a core of plant and natural sciences, history and development, the degree moves into three concentrations: International Agricultural Development, Agribusiness, and Landscape and Environmental Design.