|Agricultural Education and Agricultural Sciences||Barry Croom|
|Applied Economics2 (formerly Agricultural and Resource Economics)||Susan Capalbo|
|Animal and Rangeland Sciences2||John Killefer|
|Biological & Ecological Engineering3||John Bolte|
|BioResource Research Program||Kate Field|
|Botany and Plant Pathology||Lynda M. Ciuffetti|
|Crop and Soil Science2||Jay Noller|
|Entomology Program||Sujaya Rao|
|Environmental and Molecular Toxicology||Craig Marcus|
|Extension and Experiment Station Communications||Jennifer Alexander|
|Fisheries and Wildlife||Selena Heppell, interim|
|Food Science and Technology||Robert J. McGorrin|
1 Undergraduate teaching programs conducted in collaboration with College of Science.
2Offers programs at LaGrande campus
3Undergraduate teaching programs conducted in collaboration with the College of Engineering.
The International Degree allows you to earn two degrees: a bachelor's degree in your College of Agricultural Sciences major, plus a Bachelor of Arts in International Studies of your College of Agricultural Sciences major.