Agricultural Science involves the study of soil management, crop production and animal production. The science is a combination of ecology, biology, chemistry, and genetics related to crop and animal production, as well as soil health.

Your Future Opportunities

A degree in Agricultural Science offers a pathway to a wide range of meaningful and impactful careers. From working in the field analyzing crop yield, to discovering new formulas for products in a laboratory, successful Ag professionals can change the world.

Careers in this field

  • Food Scientist
  • Biological Engineer
  • Plant Scientist
  • Watershed Scientist
  • Agronomist 
  • Irrigation Engineer 

Department of Biological Sciences

The Agricultural Science program is part of the Department of Biological Sciences. 

Agricultural Science Faculty and Staff

Faculty and staff of the Agricultural department.

Agricultural Sciences, Bachelor of Science

Agricultural Sciences includes the study of soil management, and crop and animal production.