The minor in Ornamental Horticulture provides an introduction to the production, maintenance, and use of plants to enhance human environments.
This minor provides an introduction to fundamentals of plant health and integrated pest management in agronomy, horticulture, and turfgrass systems.
The minor in Turfgrass Management provides an introduction to the management and maintenance of turfgrass used for aesthetics (residential and commercial lawns, parks, institutional grounds), recreation (golf courses, athletic and sports fields), and functional purposes (sod farms, highway medians, inland and coastal erosion control sites, conservation). This minor will also assist those interested in sales, marketing, or any other business aspects of industries associated with turfgrass and ornamental horticulture.
This interdepartmental minor provides students with an in-depth, multidisciplinary education in the field of biotechnology. The minor will prepare students for careers and advanced studies in agricultural biotechnology and applied molecular biology.
This minor provides an overview of issues related to sustainable food crop production within the context of environmental stewardship.
Sustainable Community Food Systems (SCFS) is a minor in Environmental Studies, an interdisciplinary program within the College of Liberal Arts & Science. SCFS, is an innovative, immersive academic program with an emphasis on the intersections of food sustainability, environmentalism, and social justice.