Undergraduate degrees require a minimum of 120 credits for graduation; 42 of these credits must be in courses numbered 300 and above.  Working closely with faculty advisors, you formulate the course of study appropriate to the program and your professional goals.  Teaching faculty offer a broad range of expertise, individual attention, and practical experience for students to draw upon for instruction and advice.  You can gain valuable experience assisting with research projects in the laboratory, greenhouse, and field settings.  Many undergraduate students find part-time school year and full-time summer jobs in the department.

B.S. in Environmental Sciences

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Environmental Sciences

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Environmental Biology Option

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Geospatial & Environmental
Analysis Option

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Land Rehabilitation Option Excel Icon Curriculum Worksheet
Soil & Water Sciences Option Excel Icon Curriculum Worksheet

B.S. in Sustainable Foods & Bioenergy Systems

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Agroecology Option

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 Minors

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Soil Science

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Entomology

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Water Resources

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Older curriculum sheets are available on the Advising Page.