The College of Agriculture and Natural Resources provides students an academically challenging environment where they put their knowledge into practice on campus, in Michigan and around the globe.
Our students are learning to use the principles of science, technology, engineering, mathematics, business and creative design to tackle some of the world's biggest problems related to food, energy and the environment.
When our students graduate, they enter the workforce with skills that are in high demand and have global impacts.
The College of Agriculture and Natural Resources covers a wide range of academic disciplines, in fact, our majors cover areas of agriculture; food and nutrition; environment and natural resource; and the built environment.
- Agribusiness Management
- Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources Education
- Animal Science
- Bachelor of Science in Forestry
- Biosystems Engineering
- Construction Management
- Crop and Soil Sciences
- Environmental Economics and Management
- Environmental Studies and Sustainability
- Fisheries and Wildlife
- Food Industry Management
- Food Science
- Interior Design
- Landscape Architecture
- Nutritional Sciences
- Sustainable Parks, Recreation and Tourism