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Undergraduate Majors and Contacts

The College of Agricultural and Life Sciences offers undergraduate majors in agricultural sciences, natural resources, forest and geospatial sciences, life sciences, social sciences, and preprofessional studies. Links to course syllabuses are also found under each major.

Printer-Friendly List of Majors and Contacts [pdf]

For advising contacts at our statewide programs, please click here.

The college offers six pre-professional, or pre-health, tracks including: animal sciences, biology, entomology and nematology, microbiology and cell science, nutritional sciences, and wildlife ecology and conservation. As long as admission requirements are met you may be in any major and still apply and be accepted to professional healthcare programs. Learn more at pre-health advising.


CALS Advising Council Mission

The Mission of the College of Agricultural and Life Sciences, CALS Advising Council (CAC) is to provide effective advising and assistance for all undergraduate students in order for them to reach their educational goals, with high achievement, and complete their academic program. The mission of the CAC is aligned with the mission of the college.

 

Dr. Andrew Thoron talks to students at New Student Convocation

Each year, CALS faculty members facilitate small group discussions at Convocation.