Our Department offers students two cutting-edge undergraduate majors: Computer Science + Crop Sciences and Crop Sciences.
The first of its kind, the CS+CPSC major is an innovative undergraduate program that prepares students to collaborate with researchers on managing, interpreting, and analyzing data to advance agriculture and technology practices.
Students majoring in Crop Sciences receive the education and experiences needed to be leaders in advancing food and fuel production at home and across the globe. Select a concentration tailored to your personal, academic, and career interests.
Sustainably feed the world while caring for the environment. Learn how natural ecosystems and agriculture co-exist by studying plants, ecology, and environmental issues.
Research plants’ genetic make-up and chemical processes, together with the environmental challenges they face, including pathogens, insects, and global climate change.
The perfect integration of business and agriculture, students in this concentration study agronomic production and business through classes in plant sciences, finance, and management of agricultural enterprises.
Where cutting-edge agriculture research meets traditional ag practices, maximize production by learning how plants grow and develop through courses in agronomy, crop production, pest management, and weed sciences.
Build a strong foundation in plant sciences, with emphasis on horticultural fruit and vegetable crops in urban and local food systems.
Learn how basic science, particularly molecular biology and genetics, is advancing plant breeding, improvement, and research.
Discover how to protect plants from the effects of disease, pests, and weeds through courses in plant diseases, pest management, entomology, weed sciences, crops, and soils.
Crop Sciences Minors
Questions About Our Undergraduate Programs?
Contact Dr. Fred Kolb
Cavanah Professor of Plant Breeding and Genetics
Undergraduate Teaching Coordinator
AE-120 Turner Hall