Areas of Study

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The Guide is published online only. It is not available in printed format.

The information in the Guide applies to all undergraduate students at the university regardless of their classification (school/college affiliation). Information in the individual school/college sections applies specifically to students who intend to graduate from one of those schools or colleges.

* Majors shared with College of Letters & Sciences
** Certificate program
*** Majors moving to College of Letters & Sciences
**** Students who are undecided, but wish to explore a major or career that intersects with themes related to agriculture and life sciences can apply and be enrolled upon admission into the College of Agricultural and Life Sciences (CALS) under the classification (ALS 000). Students will be assigned an academic advisor from the Transitional Advising and Outreach Services (TAOS) unit, who will aid in major exploration, course planning, and identifying resources for success. Students can be enrolled in ALS 000 for up to four semesters.