AGRICULTURAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION
Gain a foundation in agricultural and environmental sciences, as well as educational theory and practice. Prepare for careers in teaching, communications and outreach. (This major spans all divisions.)
You will learn biology and have the chance to put your theoretical knowledge into practice by working with wild and domesticated animals in hands-on situations.
You will learn about domestic animal biology and use while caring for animals and preparing for careers in veterinary medicine, production, business, research, or teaching.
ANIMAL SCIENCE AND MANAGEMENT
You will learn animal science along with marketing, economics, and accounting, building the skills it takes to succeed in the business world and careers working with animals.
You will learn about genes and the life processes they direct while preparing for an exciting career enhancing human health, food security, and environmental quality.
You will learn about insect science, diversity, and use as research models while building the skills to develop sound and sustainable pest control methods.
The science, economics, and creative problem solving in plant sciences will build skills to meet the new challenges of farming and feeding people.
SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURE AND FOOD SYSTEMS
Explore the social, environmental and economic aspects of agriculture and food systems through an interdisciplinary, systems-based approach while developing the knowledge, skills and experience needed to be a leader in these fields. (This major spans all divisions.)
VITICULTURE AND ENOLOGY
You will learn to grow grapes and make wine, benefiting from our outstanding faculty, facilities, and location next to the heart of California's thriving wine industry.
You will learn all about the atmosphere while building skills for careers in weather forecasting, climate change research, and protecting air quality and the environment.
ECOLOGICAL MANAGEMENT AND RESTORATION
Plan for the future by learning to design sustainable agricultural systems that meet the world's food needs.
ENVIRONMENTAL HORTICULTURE AND URBAN FORESTRY
Learn about how plants improve our everyday lives and the many roles they play in human environments.
ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY, ANALYSIS AND PLANNING
You will learn how to analyze environmental policies, their political and economic constraints, and build skills for careers in government, nonprofits and law/consulting.
ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE AND MANAGEMENT
You will study the interaction of physical, biological and social components of environmental problems. Learn the legal, economic, political issues and the scientific basis for the environmental decision making.
You will learn about environmental toxins, how sensitive we are to them, and how we should regulate their use while building the skills for a career as a toxicologist.
You will learn about the circulation, distribution, and behavior of water and pollutants, and build skills to meet the challenge of sustaining water quantity and quality.
Learn to design open spaces, parks, and neighborhoods, and gain skills for creative problem solving while visualizing spaces and 3-D concepts. Fully accredited.
WILDLIFE, FISH, AND CONSERVATION BIOLOGY
Study how wild animal populations are impacted by human activities while gaining the hands-on skills for a career in wildlife and conservation biology.
You will learn principles of nutrition and education in preparation for careers that guide people to eat healthier diets, e.g. as a dietitian or nutrition specialist.
COMMUNITY AND REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT
You will learn how economic, political, and sociocultural forces are transforming U.S. communities, while building skills to help improve the quality of community life.
FIBER AND POLYMER SCIENCE You will learn the basic science and environmental issues needed to develop innovative and sustainable materials for human comfort, performance, and protection.
You will learn to grow, process, pack, store, and distribute food while building skills to create tastier, more nutritious food that meet market demands and consumer needs.
You will learn the socio-emotional and cognitive aspects of human development while preparing for a career in education, health care, or social services.
INTERNATIONAL AGRICULTURAL DEVELOPMENT
You will learn how culture, economics, and technology affect agriculture while building skills to produce and distribute food to the people of developing countries.
You will learn economic theory blended with practical business applications and prepare for careers in the business world or a great transition into MBA programs.
You will learn how food components are used to promote health or disease while preparing for careers ranging from medicine to food-related research.
TEXTILES & CLOTHING
You will learn textile, characteristics, consumer needs, and marketing strategies and prepare for a career in the fast-paced global fashion industry.
For students that want to learn more about themselves and explore a wide
array of academic options.