Information for Admitted Students

The College of Agriculture, Health and Natural Resources offers 16 baccalaureate majors, various minors, and a variety of pre-professional programs and tracks. Students in most majors are permitted latitude in the choice of courses and may emphasize a range of options, including pre-requisite coursework for graduate and professional studies. We also offer three Associate of Applied Science (AAS) degrees within our Ratcliffe Hicks School of Agriculture.

Please explore the major and program options in the menu above. To view course requirements for each major, view our Plans of Study page. If you are interested in a major/program, you can find the academic department contact information on the College's website.

To understand the difference between programs, majors, double majors, additional degrees, and minors, please view our Degree Options page.

Students who are residents of Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, or Vermont may be eligible for reduced tuition to certain majors through the New England Regional Student Program. Get an overview of how the program works by visiting the New England Board of Higher Education website.

Opportunities for Students

There are many opportunities that exist within the College of Agriculture, Health and Natural Resources and provide students with excellent opportunities to become involved and meet others with similar interests. UConn has clubs and organizations for every interest - and if we don't, you can make your own club!

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International Students

Resources for current UConn students on a student visa (H2/J1) who are not citizens of the United States.

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