Agricultural Sciences Academic Department
College of Agriculture, Family Sciences and Technology
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Examine why crops are grown, why animals are raised, how they are produced and sold, and how people obtain and consume the agricultural products they want and need.
Focus on instructional strategies and methods to help others learn about the cultivation of life, including plants, farm animals, and other life forms.
Study livestock and other animal species as it relates to their biological systems, behavior, health, reproduction, growth, and management of their living environments.
Study the makeup of the substances that provide nourishment for humans and animals and the way those substances are processed and distributed for consumption.
Study the life cycle of plants and plant species, including reproduction, growth, adaption and the development of abundant, high quality food, fiber, sustainable, and specialty crops.
Animal Science (Master of Science)
Advanced study of livestock and other animal species as it relates to their biological systems, behavior, health, reproduction, growth, and management of their living environments.
Biotechnology (Master of Science)
Advanced study of the development of products from living organisms, their components, or systems to produce agricultural advancements, food, and medicine.
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- Environmental Sustainability
- Product Development
- Quality Control