What is Agroecology at WVU like?
Agroecology is the interdisciplinary study of how agricultural production of plants and animals affects and is affected by the local environment. It emphasizes sustainable and environmentally friendly approaches to agricultural production.
Our Agroecology program will teach you to combine the concepts of crop production with those of environmental protection in such a way that there is a sustained balance between production and environmental issues. Our faculty are nationally known for their work in soil science as it relates to environmental protection and land use.
At a Glance
- College/School:Davis College of Agriculture, Natural Resources and Design
- Division:School of Agriculture and Food
- Degree Designation:BSAgr
- Degree Program:Plant and Soil Sciences
- Program website:Agroecology
Tailor this major to your interests by taking courses in one of these areas:
- Crop Science
- Soil Health
- Plant Health Management
- Entrepreneurship/Agriculture Business