Penn State University College of Agricultural Sciences

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Website: agsci.psu.edu
Type of college: 4-year public
Campus address: 101 Ag Admin Building, University Park, PA 16802
Enrollment: 3,000 undergraduates
Full-time tuition (not including room and board): $15,000-$25,000 per year.
Agriculture majors: Agribusiness management, agricultural and extension education, agricultural science, animal science, biological engineering, biorenewable systems, food science, immunology and infectious disease, landscape contracting, plant sciences, toxicology, turfgrass science, veterinary and biomedical sciences.
Natural resources majors: Community, environment and development; environmental resource management; forest ecosystem management; wildlife and fisheries science.
Majors added within the last 5 years: BioRenewable systems; community, environment and development; new option focusing on biotechnology for plant sciences
About: The wide range of areas you can study and the career paths that are available to you with a degree from Penn State are unrivaled. The smaller, engaged College within the Big 10 university, offers students better classroom, on the farm, in the field, and in the lab experiences.
Students can engage in research, travel abroad, join clubs and organizations related to their majors, build their academic knowledge, gets hands-on experience and be prepared to join one of the largest alumni associations in the world — all of which helps them find success when they graduate.

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How this information was compiled: Farm and Dairy emailed forms to universities and colleges within Ohio, Pennsylvania and West Virginia that offer a major or program in agriculture or natural resources. If your college or university offers an agriculture or natural resource program and is not listed here, email editor@farmanddairy.com to be added to our online directory.

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