Majors and Programs

Biotechnology

Do you love adventure and discovery? Would you like to explore the unknown - map the uncharted inner space of chromosomes and genes? Do you want to help society define the legal, ethical, and moral boundaries of genetic research? If you have a pioneering spirit, then consider studying biotechnology, one of the world's newest sciences.

To learn more, read our detailed brochure for Biotechnology
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Suggested Majors

Undergraduate programs are offered in six colleges. Programs offered in more than one college are identified by college code: AGLS (Agriculture and Life Sciences), BUS (Business), DSGN (Design), ENGR (Engineering), H SCI (Human Sciences), and LAS (Liberal Arts and Sciences)

Agricultural Engineering
Agricultural Studies
Agriculture and Life Sciences Education
Agronomy
Animal Ecology
Animal Science
Biochemistry
Bioinformatics and Computational Biology
Biological Systems Engineering
Biology - AGLS
Biology - LAS
Biophysics
Botany (Biology)
Chemical Engineering
Chemistry
Civil Engineering
Computer Engineering
Computer Science
Construction Engineering
Economics
Education: Agriculture and Life Sciences Education
Education: Biology - AGLS
Education: Biology - LAS
  Education: Chemistry
Electrical Engineering
Food Science - AGLS
Food Science - H SCI
Forestry
Genetics - AGLS
Genetics - LAS
Horticulture
Kinesiology and Health major (Community and Public Health)
Kinesiology and Health major (Exercise Science)
Kinesiology and Health major (Physical Education Licensure)
Kinesiology and Health major (Pre-Health Professions)
Mathematics
Microbiology
Nutritional Science - AGLS
Nutritional Science - H SCI
Philosophy
Physical Education (Kinesiology and Health)
Physics
Political Science
Religious Studies
Statistics
Zoology (Biology)
 

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