The Department of Agronomy prepares students for a wide variety of professional positions that require a combination of scientific and managerial skills.  Appealing career opportunities exist for students interested in the sciences, in natural resources, in business, or in communications.

A hallmark of the department is the personal attention given to each student.   Faculty members advise students on an individual basis and work with students throughout their college careers and beyond.  Students are encouraged to work with faculty in research labs and in industry to gain professional experience.  Agronomy majors select one of eight major areas.  Each program of study provides adequate flexibility to meet specific interest and goals.
To learn more about Capstone Courses and Experiences click here. For more information about Undergraduate Programs contact the coordinator  Lee Schweitzer,


Applied Meteorology and Climatology

Soil and Hydrologic Sciences

Plant Genetics, Breeding and Biotechnology

Crop Science

Turf Science and Management

Sustainable Agronomic Systems: Agronomic Business & Marketing

Sustainable Agronomic Systems: Agronomic Management

Sustainable Agronomic Systems: International Agronomy


Crop Science
Soil Science