LEARNING

The Agriculture, Veterinary & Rangeland Sciences Program offers students a unique curriculum that is hard to find anywhere else.

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Bachelor's in agricultural acience

A science-based curriculum that allows students to obtain technological skills in a broad area of agricultural studies.

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Bachelor's in rangeland ecology & management

Designed to provide students with an opportunity to strengthen and diversify their expertise in rangeland disciplines.

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Bachelor's in veterinary science

Provides research-based training in animal and livestock health, fitness, nutrition and diseases.

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Masters and/or Ph.D. in animal & rangeland science

Programs are flexible and designed to meet the needs and interests of the student and, as such, specific degree requirements are determined through individual consultation with an advisor and an advisory committee.

Dual Degree Programs

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Bachelor's in agricultural sciences & economics

As a student in this dual degree program, you’ll fully tap into the diversity and complexity of today’s agriculture through extensive training in business, agricultural science, economics and natural resources. You’ll learn how each of these fields influences our industry.

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Bachelor's degree in secondary education & agricultural sciences

NevadaTeach: Agricultural Sciences program provides students with a foundational background in agricultural sciences. Students who successfully complete the program are prepared to teach in secondary education, graduate school, or an immediate career in a STEM field.

In the News

Two men wearing caps with "DFI" initials stand side by side in a greenhouse filled with green tomato plants in the background.

Desert Farming Initiative accepting applications for farm apprenticeship program

University of Nevada, Reno program aims to help bolster local food system and support new growers

President Sandoval dressed in a graduation gown stands behind a podium, delivering a speech. The presentation behind him reads "Spring 2024 Commencement."

College of Agriculture, Biotechnology & Natural Resources confers more than 200 degrees at commencement

College‚Äôs dual major Barbara Stankuté noted for her exemplary community service by President Sandoval

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Molly Flagg Knudtsen: No place for a woman

Knudtsen was a cattle rancher, author and educator who served on the NSHE Board of Regents

Tribal Student Program

A program designed to recruit, retain, and graduate American Indian/Alaska Native students in the Agricultural Sciences.

To learn more about the program
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Outreach and research  is in collaboration between the Experiment Station, University of Nevada, Reno Extension and the Department of Agriculture, Veterinary & Rangeland Sciences.