College of Agriculture

College of Agriculture
  • Experience Purdue Agriculture
  • Ranked 8th worldwide according to Aquacquarelli Symonds
  • 2 World Food prize winners
  • Second largest career fair in the nation
  • 1.3 million scholarships awarded annually
  • 46 student organizations just for ag students

Purdue’s College of Agriculture equips students to tackle the challenges of the 21st century. Fight world hunger. Safeguard food security. Develop renewable energy. Meet global issues head on, whether in your own backyard or half a world away.

From the get-go you’ll feel right at home in a small, yet world-leading college with 31 different majors and 54 educational options. Plus there are remarkable leadership, study abroad and research opportunities. And here’s the real kicker: never before has demand been so acute for well-prepared agriculture graduates to lead – and make a difference. Experience Purdue Agriculture.

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Contact Information
Phone: 765-494-8470


Agribusiness (multiple concentrations)

Agricultural Communication

Agricultural Economics (multiple concentrations)

Agricultural Education

Agricultural Engineering

Agricultural Systems Management

Agronomy (multiple concentrations)

Animal Sciences (multiple concentrations)

Applied Meteorology and Climatology


Biological Engineering - multiple concentrations

Crop Science

Entomology (See Insect Biology)

Environmental and Natural Resources Engineering

Environmental Studies (Pre)

Farm Management

Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences

Food Science


Horticulture (multiple concentrations)

Insect Biology

Landscape Architecture

Meteorology (See Applied Meteorology and Climatology or Atmospheric Science/Meteorology)

Natural Resources and Environmental Science (multiple concentrations)

Plant Genetics, Breeding, and Biotechnology

Plant Science

Sales and Marketing

Soil and Water Sciences

Sustainable Biomaterials – Process and Product Design

Sustainable Food and Farming Systems

Turf Science and Management


Zoology (See Wildlife)