Gain a foundation in agricultural and environmental sciences, as well as educational theory and practice by attaining a skill set in teaching, communications and outreach.
Learn how to manage and restore wild and rangeland plant communities by gaining an understanding of how natural and managed ecosystems function, interact and connect with human society and social change.
Study the interaction of physical, biological and social components of environmental problems. Also learn the legal, economic, political issues as well as the scientific basis for environmental decision-making.
Focus on the occurrence, distribution and behavior of water while building skills to understand and develop sustainable water quality.
Learn about how plants grow and develop in managed agricultural ecosystems and how plant products are utilized for food, fiber and environmental enhancement.