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.