Maud Walsh, Swoope, Elizabeth A. | 5/5/2016 12:09:26 PM
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The School of Plant, Environmental, and Soil Sciences offers degree programs in environmental management systems and plant and soil systems curricula. These curricula provide students with excellent preparation for careers in management, consulting, regulatory and public relations, or sales and services in agricultural, natural resources, or environmental industries. Some students use these science-based curricula as foundations to pursue graduate studies in agronomic and environmental sciences or professional degrees in medicine or law. Students are given opportunities to gain valuable experience through internships in the agronomic or environmental business communities, special research projects with faculty members, and/or part-time student employee positions.
There are three areas of concentration in the Environmental Management Systems curriculum:
Consolidation of curricula in Agronomy, Entomology, Horticulture, and Plant Pathology and Crop Physiology resulted in the curriculum in Plant and Soil Systems. The areas of concentration include:
For more detailed information on the recommended sequence of courses for a major and concentration, see the Comprehensive Academic Tracking System page Recommended Path & Critical Requirements then select College of Agriculture, your catalog year, then your degree program.
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General Education Requirements link to see the gen ed component
Colleges and Schools > College of Agriculture > Plant, Environmental, & Soil Sciences for information on curricula
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