Spartans in the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources (CANR) cultivate the next BIG IDEAS in food, health and the environment.
Built Environments: Construction & Design
From the homes we live in, to the buildings and public spaces we visit, built environments are a part of our daily experiences. People that work in this field take into consideration building and environmental materials, how spaces function and design aesthetics.
In the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources, the built environment programs partner hands-on experiences with a strong background in theory and design.
We study design, packaging, construction, landscape and interior design to create better physical spaces and products both in the home and around the world!
Find out more! Contact Jeff Keson at email@example.com or (517) 353-0560.
Built Environment Majors
The Electrical Technology Certificate Program is an electrical apprenticeship training program with an emphasis on residential, agricultural, commercial, and industrial wiring.
The Landscape and Nursery Management Program at MSU combines classroom instruction in the production, selection, use and management of landscape plants with applied learning experiences through hands-on field laboratories and a required internship.
The Landscape Management program provides training for students to select, use, and manage landscape plants and lawns.
The Sports & Commercial Turf Management program has a nationwide reputation as being the best turf management program not geared directly towards golf.
The certificate program in Turfgrass Management with a golf course emphasis is directed toward preparing students for a rewarding career as a golf course superintendent or other career options in the golf industry.
Some College of Agriculture and Natural Resources graduate programs include:
- Construction Management (MS)
- Environmental Design (MA)
- Horticulture (MS, PhD)
- Planning, Design and Construction (PhD)