Environmental Undergraduate Programs in the College of Agricultural Sciences
Dig in with our hands-on program in Agroecology and help meet our society's need for a sustainable food and fiber system.
Create positive and sustainable change with our new and unique Community, Environment, and Development program.
Turn your passion for environmental protection and sustainability into a rewarding career with our Environmental Resource Management major.
Our Forest Science major isn't just about forestry. It's about nature and science, environment and research, conservation and the quality of life, business and leadership.
A career in toxicology may find you exploring cancer biomedicine, environmental pollution, or detection technology for chemical weapons.
If you're interested in a career that combines indoor and outdoor activities in the management of game or non-game wildlife or fish species, Wildlife and Fisheries Science might be a good fit for you.
Gain knowledge in areas of wood science and technology and convert wood into useful products with our Wood Products major.
Information for current students
By visiting the Center for Experiential Learning and Career Services in Ag Admin 110 (or by calling 814-865-7522), they can help you identify professional opportunities and prepare for them at every step along the way.
Experiential learning, internships and job opportunities for undergraduate students.
The Conewago Creek Initiative, a unique model multi-partner watershed restoration effort underway in the Conewago Creek Watershed in Dauphin, Lancaster, and Lebanon Counties is offering a summer 2013 paid internship.