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Environmental Undergraduate Programs in the College of Agricultural Sciences
A degree in Agroecology combines knowledge in plant and ecosystem sciences and sustainable agriculture with highly developed information management and problem-solving skills.
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.
The Forest Science undergraduate degree program provides forestry education at the professional level. Three of the four degree options offered are accredited by the Society of American Foresters.
A career in toxicology may find you exploring cancer biomedicine, environmental pollution, or detection technology for chemical weapons.
The Wildlife and Fisheries Science degree program provides an integrated program of study for students interested primarily in conservation and management of wildlife and fish species and their environments.
In the Wood Products degree program, students gain a basic knowledge and understanding of the anatomical, physical, chemical, and mechanical properties of wood, as well as a sound general education in communications, sciences, arts, humanities, and social and behavioral sciences.
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.
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.