University of Arizona - College of Agriculture and Life Sciences
The College of Agriculture and Life Sciences is a small college within a large institution, representing an undergraduate population of 2,700 students in its 15 different majors. This translates into smaller class sizes in major courses for students as well as opportunities for regular interaction with faculty and staff. You can pursue dozens of challenging career choices in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences (CALS).
Worldwide food production, processing, and distribution require scientists and managers to develop and use novel techniques in the biological and physical sciences as well as economics and management. The rigorous coursework and hands-on opportunities you will experience in CALS' academic programs will prepare you for your chosen career or higher degree aspirations.
In fact, on average, 70 percent of Veterinary Science graduates who apply to Veterinary schools are accepted--the highest percentage of any Arizona university.
With 15 undergraduate majors, CALS' undergraduate programs encompass science, business, technology, life sciences, and communications. CALS' broad academic experience is supportive and interactive with a low student-to-faculty ratio.
• Environmental & Water Resource Economics
• Environmental Science: Biology Emphasis
• Environmental Science: Land, Air, & Water Emphasis
• Environmental Science: Physics & Chemistry Emphasis
• Environmental Science: Society & Environment Emphasis