The Department of Crop, Soil and Environmental Sciences has two undergraduate majors and many minors to choose from for students who are passionate about pursuing careers in science, production, conservation and sustainability.
Students interested in pursuing advanced degrees can choose one of our three concentations for the Master of Science degree, or complete a doctoral program in one of our 12 Ph.D. research areas.
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Our department is staffed with award-winning, nationally-recognized faculty members who not only serve students on campus, but also conduct research that benefits industries and communities across the state, nation and globe.
2019 Southern Soybean Breeders' Tour
September 3rd to 5th, 2019 in Fayetteville, AR
The University of Arkansas – Soybean Breeding Program will be hosting the 2019 Southern Soybean Breeders’ Tour in Northwest Arkansas. This tour has been a staple of soybean breeding for the last few decades, rotating among southern states on a yearly basis. The purpose of this tour is to visit breeding programs and soybean-related industries of the host state. If you are a researcher or an industry member involved with soybean or soy-products, we would be thrilled for you to join us. Please visit our page to find instructions on registration, hotel reservations, and directions on how to get to Fayetteville.
Save the date for the
20th annual Delta Scholarship Golf Classic
The 20th anniversary of this outstanding fundraising event will be held on July 19, 2019 at the Ridges at Village Creek! With support from alumni and friends like yourself, this event has awarded more than $400,000 in scholarships to our deserving students. Make sure your reserve your spot for this year's event!