Department of Agriculture, Nutrition and Human Ecology

The College of Agriculture and Human Sciences is geared to prepare students for the career of their dreams. For animal lovers, there’s an animal science program where our professors and research scientists will help you explore the study of animal genetics. With access to more than 700 acres of farmland right on campus, students will graduate with the hands-on experience needed to succeed. Nutrition, food science and dietetics is also covered through academic programs centralized in the college. Students who want to become park rangers, veterinarians, food inspectors, dieticians, government officials, business owners, county agents, fashion designers, ranchers and many other positions can get the education and experience they need.

Need more info?

Contact Kelley Redmon, Coordinator of Recruitment and Community Outreach at (936) 261-5009

Majors and Concentrations


Bachelor of Science in Agriculture (Major: Agriculture)

Animal Science option
  • Animal Science track
  • Pre-Vet track
Agricultural Economics and Agribusiness option
Plant and Soil Sciences option
Agricultural Science (Teaching) option

Bachelor of Science in Dietetics (Major: Dietetics)

Registered Dietitian option
  • Dietetics Internship Program Requirements must be met for acceptance into the internship. Students who successfully complete the internship will be verified for eligibility to write the Registration Examination leading to credentialing as a registered dietitian (RD).
Nutrition and Wellness option
Food Service Management option

Bachelor of Science in Human Sciences (Major: Human Sciences)

Family and Community Services Teacher Education option
Child and Family Studies (Human Development and the Family) option

Master of Science in Human Sciences (Major: Human Sciences)

Marriage and Family Studies

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