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Animal Sciences
Focuses on the overall care of livestock and companion animals with the goal of maximizing their health potential.
Combines science with real-life applications to create solutions that will better the lives of human-beings and our planet.
Bioenergy and Environmental Sciences
The marriage of analytical thinking skills and computational tools to solve real-world problems.
Biological and Agricultural Engineering
Pursues sustainable solutions to better our planet’s resources.
Studies living organisms and their interactions with the environment.
Innovators who are interested in solving pressing issues related to food, machinery and our environment.
Connect the knowledge of biology, engineering and mathematical principles to understand and apply solutions in biological and health systems.
Focuses on the intersection of biology + technology, creating solutions for easier and healthier living.
Concentrate on collecting data in an effort to better reach, understand and serve customers.
Cellular and Molecular Biology
Combines the chemistry of living organisms and the techniques used to analyze the composition and function of biomolecules.
Studies the process, as well as the composition, structure, interaction and energy of substances at atomic and molecular levels.
Civil and Environmental Engineering
Studies technical structure and design to create and maintain our roads, bridges, water and energy systems, airports and railways.
Cognitive Science
Combines ideas and principles from psychology, computer science, neuroscience and linguistics to develop intelligent devices such as AI, robotics and large-scale computational systems.
Computer Science
Focuses on programming, hardware and software design, network design, information processing and machine learning.
Focuses on the protection of computers, computer systems and networks from criminal activity and interference.
Data Science
Focuses on processing large data sets and data analyzation for deriving actionable insights.
Earth Science
Studies the effects of geological processes on modern environmental and ecological systems.
Focuses on the skills needed to teach and guide our next generation of agbioscience students.
Electrical and Electronic Engineering
Studies the ways in which electricity can be harnessed and applied to innovative technologies.
Engineering Technician
Translates engineering concepts and theories into practical reality.
Environmental Science
Focuses on how the environment and its ecological interactions can be improved through sustainable systems and advancements in technology.
Food Science
Combines knowledge about food development regulation and science with the study of nutrition, sales and marketing.
General Science
Explores mathematics, environmental studies and scientific principles and methods to address real-world issues and problems.
Geology and Geoscience
Centered around exploring all of Earth’s unique qualities to address societal needs and problems.
Graphic Technology
Focuses on design, concepts and application methods to make an engaging, visual impression.
Health Science
Concentrates in experiential learning with an emphasis on healthcare and medicine.
Information Science
Provides the technological foundation to advance expertise in computer systems.
Machine Learning
Collects, interprets and applies data that informs artificial intelligence systems.
Manufacturing and Industrial Engineering
Concentrates on research process improvement theories and techniques, while learning to address issues related to cost, quality and timeline.
Provides comprehensive knowledge and skillsets to execute complex problem solving.
Mechanical Engineering
Studies research, design, development and mechanical devices with the goal of increased productivity and improved performance.
Combines science and education to understand the ecosystem of food and how it relates to wellness of both mind and body.
Focuses on the study of matter, motion, space and time, concentrating on a range of simple to complex theories.
Plant and Soil Science
Identifies new ways that plants contribute to modern science.
Develops and studies methods for collecting, analyzing, interpreting and presenting data.
Sustainability and Conservation
Studies examine our planet’s greatest challenges and threats on how they arise, are represented, researched, managed and prevented.
Technology Systems
Stays on the forefront of emerging advancements in innovation.
Veterinary Medicine
Focuses on animal healthcare – from the farm to companion animals.
Web Development
Learns to plan, develop, evaluate, implement and maintain functional, secure and user-friendly websites.
Zoology and Wildlife
Pursues ongoing discovery and specialists to lead conservation efforts and protect the environment.

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