All Ag Sciences Majors
If you're interested in the business and management side of today's agricultural industry, then Agribusiness Management may have what you're looking for.
This major can help prepare students for positions in education in agriculture, including schools and colleges, cooperative extension, business, trade and professional associations, and government agencies.
Develop a broad background in agriculture or a special program of study not currently offered within departments of the college with our Agricultural Science major.
If you're interested in the science or business of animal management, our Animal Science major might be a good fit for you.
If you're interested in finding engineering solutions to critical problems of food production, food safety, and environmental resources, Biological Engineering may be for you.
Our BioRenewable Systems major combines the study of engineering technology, natural resources, and agriculture with the fundamentals of business, entrepreneurship, and management.
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.
Use science to solve real-world problems in our Food Science major, which integrates microbiology, chemistry, engineering, and nutrition around the study of food.
Our Forest Ecosystem Management major isn't just about trees. It's about nature and science, environment and research, business and leadership, and conservation and the quality of life.
Whether you want to become a skilled specialist combating bioterrorism or a cutting-edge researcher finding cures for deadly diseases, Immunology and Infectious Disease can help you reach your goal.
Use your creativity to go green. Our Landscape Contracting major, known as one of the top programs of its kind in the country, combines an emphasis on the science of plants with creative design and planning.
Grow your future with a degree in Plant Sciences. Our Plant Sciences major allows students to study plant science production, management, and research.
A career in toxicology may find you exploring cancer biomedicine, environmental pollution, or detection technology for chemical weapons.
With Penn State-bred varieties found on 90 percent of the world's golf courses, the sun never sets on Penn State turfgrass. Be a part of the largest turfgrass program in the nation with our Turfgrass Science major.
Discover opportunities in veterinary medicine, public health, and biomedical research with our major in Veterinary and Biomedical Sciences.
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.