A degree from the Department of Plant and Soil Sciences could put you on the path to developing a wheat variety that will be planted on millions of acres or helping hundreds of land owners in developing countries with management plans to care for their land. You could even return to your home town to improve the agricultural productivity of your community. Regardless of what your career plans are, studying in the Plant and Soil Sciences Department will provide numerous opportunities for you to gain technical knowledge and experience, enhance your professional skills, and develop lifelong friendships.
This year’s Department of Plant and Soil Sciences Awards and Scholarship Banquet was held on April 12, 2016. Because of the generous support of our donors, we were able to award over $110,000 in scholarships to our undergraduate students and over $59,000 to our graduate students. In addition one Master Agronomist and three Professional Master Agronomists were recognized at the banquet.
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2016-17 Degree Sheets
With four different degree options, finding the perfect fit for you in the Plant & Soil Sciences Department is simple. We offer a comprehensive educational experience for undergraduate students who are interested in trying to solve some of the world’s most pressing needs with respect to food, feed, fiber and fuel.
Note: BSAG=Bachelor of Science in Agriculture
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FIT: Freshmen in Transition
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New Student Orientation & Enrollment
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Scholarships & Financial Aid
Student Organizations and Teams
Student Success Center
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