Areas of Study
"I love my teachers - they're great, and so knowledgeable. I wouldn't change my major for the world, it's giving me a broad base in the life sciences, and I can go on to do so many different things." ~ Anonymous, Junior, Pre-Veterinarian, Biochemistry student.
The College of Agriculture and Life Sciences offers a diverse selection of majors that encompass everything from the study of cells to society. Whether your interest is in basic science, applied science or linking the applied to social science, our majors cover a broad range of topics in the agriculture and life sciences arena. Students in most majors are permitted a great deal of latitude in the choice of courses and may emphasize a range of options to meet personal goals.
|Major Concentrations||Department Web Site|
Zoo, Exotic and Companion Animals
|Animal and Veterinary Sciences|
|Agriculture and the Environment
Conservation Biology and Biodiversity
Environmental Analysis and Assessment
|General Plant Biology
Evolution and Ecology of Plants
Plant Molecular Biology
|Minors||Details on courses required for a minor in:
|Animal and Veterinary Sciences||Animal and Veterinary Sciences|
|Community and International Development
|Consumer and Advertising||Consumer
| Green Building and Community Design
Green Building and Community Design
|Nutrition and Food Sciences
|Public Communication||Public Communication|
|Soil Science||Soil Science|
|Sustainable Landscape Horticulture||Sustainable
For applications and additional undergraduate program information, visit UVM's Undergraduate Admissions.
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