AG 100, 101, and 401 are courses required for every College of Agriculture major.
The College of Agriculture offers many learning opportunities through student life activities.
The College of Agriculture's electronic newsletter for students, faculty, and staff. Ag News Bytes is published every two weeks (sometimes more frequently!) to announce academic info, news, meetings, events, scholarships, internships, and jobs.
Academic programs offered by the College of Agriculture include eight bachelor of science programs, five master of science programs, thirteen minors and two credential programs. See each major home page or our Catalog for more detail.
One function of the Agricultural Science program is the preparation of teachers of agricultural education for the public secondary schools of California. Specialized preprofessional and professional courses are offered for undergraduate and graduate (fifth year) students.
Enrollment in a Single Subjects Credential program is required in order to qualify for student teaching. Because of the wide range of variables involved, all candidates for teaching certification are urged to consult the Agricultural Science Program Coordinator as early as possible in their college careers.
The nine-month Dietetic Internship is concurrent with the academic calendar, starting mid-September. The program consists of a total of 1088 practice and approximately 140 didactic hours.
» Learn more about our Dietetic Internship program