- Agricultural Business & Agricultural Education
- Animal and Equine Sciences
- Environmental and Natural Resource Economics
- Horticulture & Landscape Architecture
- Soil and Crop Sciences
Agricultural Business Recommended Program (Click to Open)
Agricultural Animal and Equine Sciences (Click to Open)
Environmental and Natural Resource Economics (Click to Open)
Second semester sophomore year, or first semester junior year, are the most flexible for study abroad.
Horticulture Recommended Programs (Click to Open)
Landscape Architecture Recommended Programs (Click to Open)
- Most flexibility found in short-term study or during the second or third year.
- Students may not be able to satisfy HORT and LAND course requirements abroad. Students should look for courses to fulfill other program requirements.
- Students must have transfer credit approval from the CSU Registrar and the academic department to ensure credits will satisfy degree requirements.
- Students will work with their Academic Success coordinator to discuss options to graduate in a timely manner.