College: College of Food, Agricultral, and Natual Resources Sciences
Strong Interest Inventory Code(s): IRE/IRC
Gain experience in the use of plants to produce food and other useful products, alter environments, restore damaged landscapes, improve human health and well-being, educate people about science and agriculture, improve community environments, and provide recreational and practical benefits to the public.
Sub-plans: Plant Breeding, Agroecology, Horticultural Production, Nursery & Floriculture, Turgrass Science, and Sustainable Plant Health
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Student Groups related to this Major
Consider checking out a student group to connect with other students who share your interests:
- Horticulture Club
- West Bank Community Garden / Students for Sustainability
- Gopher Crops & Soils Club
Learning Abroad in this Major
An experience abroad is a great way to complete requirements while engaging in new cultures.