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Agriculture and environment

With a rich history as an agricultural college and with state-of-the-art facilities and resources, MSU is one of the top places in the world to study agriculture and the environment. MSU’s farms, river, plant biology greenhouses, bird sanctuary, Bug House and more, turn the campus itself into a living ecosystem of research and learning where students are effortlessly immersed in agricultural and environmental resources.

Overview of agriculture and environment

Top 10

in agriculture and forestry worldwide (Quacquarelli Symonds, 2021)

Student view - Ally

Alumni view - Rosalyn

Top 50

most environmentally responsible colleges (The Princeton Review, 2020)

Studying agriculture and the environment at Michigan State University

There are countless ways to pursue the study of agriculture and environment at Michigan State. You do not necessarily have to be in MSU's College of Agriculture and Natural Resources to prepare yourself for a career in environmental studies. There are many majors across the different colleges at MSU that cover topics of agriculture and the environment.

Take a look at the academic opportunities below to see how you can customize your study of agriculture and environment at MSU to suit your goals and passions.

Take the agriculture and environment tour

Take a virtual agriculture and environment tour of MSU's campus. This tour showcases areas of campus relevant to students studying majors in agriculture and environment.

Take the tour