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Agriculture and Natural Sciences Pathway

Interested in the environment? Agriculture and natural sciences jobs range from sustainable crop and food production to ensuring responsible use of natural resources.

Opportunities

Find your niche — in the classroom and beyond. We’ll help you find your passion and build skills for your career. Here are just a few of the options you’ll have.

Courses

Personalize your curriculum with classes related to your interests and career goals.

  • AGRN 315: Turfgrass Management
  • ARE 421: Rural Enterprise Development
  • BIOL 420: Genomics
  • ENLM 300: Ethics and Negotiations for Energy Land Managers
  • FOR 326: Remote Sensing of Environment
  • GEOL 302: Geology of the National Parks
  • PPTH 401: General Plant Pathology
  • RPTR 239: Sustainable Tourism Development
  • WDSC 232: Wood Grading and Procurement
  • WMAN 200: Restoration Ecology

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Portrait of Matthew Byrd

Research and Innovation

Turning a passion into profit

Matthew Byrd
Wildlife and Fisheries Resources, Class of 2020

Many WVU students have busy lives, balancing their studies, social activities and family obligations. For Matthew, in addition to all that, there are 960,000 employees dependent on him to maintain maximum efficiency in his business.

The employees? Well, they’re honeybees, and not only is his profit margin at stake, but also an increasingly critical part of ecology — pollination.

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