College of Science and Agriculture
The College of Science and Agriculture offers high quality degree programs committed to excellence in teaching, scholarly activity and service. We offer unique hands-on experiences that provide students the expertise, resources and skills necessary for academic, personal and career success. Our one of a kind opportunities and devoted faculty are what make our students nationally competitive for the best jobs and graduate schools.
What is CAMPP?
Located in Lacassine, this 7,350-square-foot facility is a satellite campus that is used to conduct applied research related to agricultural sciences and to support workforce development by preparing students for a wide variety of jobs in agricultural and food science.
Scholarly Activity and Service
- The American Chemical Society approves the chemistry degree.
- The Accreditation Services of the American Society of Clinical Pathologists accredits the medical laboratory science degree and it is approved by the American Medical Association.
- The Accreditation Council for Education in Nutrition and Dietetics (ACEND) accredits the dietetic concentration in
nutrition and food science.