College of Agriculture & Human Ecology

Oakley HallThe College of Agriculture and Human Ecology houses 19 programs of study ranging from agribusiness management to housing and design, pre-veterinary science to food, nutrition and dietetics.

Our college is growing, adding new programs to meet a changing world and to meet our students’ needs and interests. Believing that our students learn best by doing, we have two farms, dozens of student organizations involved in community outreach and educating others, and faculty involve them in original research.

Students also get to travel regularly with faculty to learn about their fields of study in other parts of the world. Merchandising and design students go to Italy, agriculture students go to the Netherlands, and all students can go on service trips to the Dominican Republic. Many opportunities are available to study abroad for those with specific majors. Please check out the Study Abroad - Search By Major webpage for more information.

Welcome, Dr. Smith!

We are happy to announce that Dr. Darron SmithDr. Darron Smith

will be joining us July 1 as Dean of the College of Agriculture and Human Ecology.

Dr. Smith comes to us from Eastern New Mexico University where he has served the past eight years as the Chair for the Department of Family and Consumer Sciences and Agriculture.  Dr. Smith has a B.S. in Dairy and Animal Science from Pennsylvania State University and a PhD in Reproductive Physiology from West Virginia University.  Dr. Smith brings to us a focus on undergraduate and graduate education, strengths in research and garnering external funding, and a commitment to serving the students, faculty, and staff of the college.

 Check us out on social media!

facebook     twitter    insta


Experience Tech For Yourself

Visit us to see what sets us apart.

Schedule Your Visit