The Agriculture and Natural Resources major is an interdisciplinary major designed for students who want broad training in agricultural, environmental, and/or health sciences, with content that does not readily align with any one department or major. Students work with advisors to develop and complete a personalized and interdepartmental baccalaureate program based on their educational and career interests and goals. Courses selected for this major will include both introductory and advanced material from multiple departments in the College of Agriculture, Health and Natural Resources, as well as prerequisite and related knowledge and experiences in other disciplines.
Additional Science or Mathematics
Introductory Agriculture and Natural Resources
Two 1000 level courses (minimum 3 credits each) representing two departments in CAHNR.
36 Credit Group
Agriculture and Natural Resources majors must meet all the requirements listed under the 36 Credit requirements for all CAHNR majors, which must include at least 24 credits (combined total) from departments in CAHNR. These credits must include at least 3 credits of course work from each of four (4) distinct departments in CAHNR.
Students must pass one 2000-level or above W course in any department of the College of Agriculture, Health and Natural Resources.
Computer Technology Competency
Satisfied by University entrance expectations.
Information Literacy Competency
Satisfied by meeting the Writing Competency Requirement.
Agriculture and Natural Resources majors must submit a statement describing how courses relate to their desired career. This statement and courses for the major must be approved by advisor and College of Agriculture, Health and Natural Resources Associate Dean as early as possible in order to confirm the courses approved for the final Plan of Study.