Join one of our programs today!
Which major will you choose?
We invite you to contact us today to learn more about what our programs have to offer! We offer three undergraduate degree programs with various concentrations and specializations.
What will you learn?
Food, Health, Sustainability, Design, Agriculture, Education, Weeds, Landscapes, Green, Innovative, Horticulture, Plants, Science, Plant Pathology, Fungi, Crops, Biology, Environment, Planning, Management, Growth, Yield, Soils, Town Centers, Viruses, Plant Genetics, CRISPR, Food Safety, and much, much more!
Agricultural Science & Technology
agronomy, environmental horticulture, agricultural education, soil science, greenhouse management, container nursery production, fresh fruit and vegetable production, plant protection, food safety, education
design, urban agriculture, planning, community, sustainable planning, management
biochemistry, cell biology, ecology, molecular genetics, pathology, and physiology, business, management, entrepreneurship, design, turfgrass, plant biology, trees and forest ecology, business management, food safety
Ready to apply?
Transfer to one of our programs!
Admission of transfer students is encouraged. Many community colleges provide courses that can be transferred to one of our programs. We highly encourage you apply by the Fall Admission Priority Application Deadline. Contact as us early as you know you will be applying. The earlier you contact us the sooner we are able to provide you with information tailored to your specific educational background.
Transfer Credit Services. A very useful tool for Transfer Students is the Transfer Credit Services website. There you will find the Database of Transfer Credit Evaluations which allows you to see what courses the University of Maryland accepts from community colleges across the country. We only evaluate transcripts of students who have been accepted to the University of Maryland so this database will help you get an idea of where you currently stand.
Database of Transfer Credit Evaluations
General Education. Another useful practice for Transfer Students is to become familiar with the General Program Requirements for Undergraduate Students. First, determine if you fall into CORE or GenEd.
General Education GenEd Transfer Policy
Pre-Transfer Advising. Check out the Pre-Transfer Advising website that has some useful information for prospective students, admitted students, community college advisors, parents, and a FAQs section.Pre-Transfer Advising
Changing to or adding one of our majors or minors?
If you are interested in declaring your major to AGST, PLSC, or LARC please sign up for a Change Your Major Workshop offered by the College of Agriculture & Natural Resources.
Also, set-up a time to meet with the faculty advisor for that major. If you have additional questions, please email Diana Cortez at email@example.com.
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Department of Plant Science & Landscape Architecture. For a tour of the Department of Plant Science & Landscape Architecture, please fill out the form below. We look forward to your visit!
College of Agriculture & Natural Resources. Contact April Brohawn (firstname.lastname@example.org), Assistant to the Dean for Recruitment, for an appointment to learn about how to join the AGNR family!