WSU CAHNRS

College of Agricultural, Human, and Natural Resource Sciences

Agricultural and Food Systems

Majors

The AFS degree provides a challenging, science-based, interdisciplinary approach to learning that integrates human, economic, environmental, scientific and educational components. Beyond specializing in a particular field, all students in the program also take a course set of classes which are team-taught by WSU’s world-class faculty to provide the broadest perspective possible on the complex word of agricultural and food systems.

Curricula by Major

Fields of Study

Student Clubs

There are over 30 student clubs in the college as well as many others across the university. Be involved! Meet others with common interests!

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