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Undergraduate Catalogue Addendum
June 17, 2021
Effective Fall 2021, the Department of Nutrition and Food Sciences has a single umbrella major, Nutrition and Food Sciences, with three available concentrations: Dietetics; Nutrition, Society and Sustainability; and Food Sciences. Further information can be found on the Department of Nutrition and Food Sciences website.
The termination of the stand-alone Dietetics, Nutrition, and Food Sciences major was approved by the Board of Trustees on June 4, 2021.
June 25, 2021
Effective Fall 2021, the Department of Plant and Soil Science has a single umbrella major, Agroecology and Landscape Design, with two available concentrations: Agroecology and Landscape Design. Further information can be found on the Department of Plant and Soil Science website.
The termination of the stand-alone Sustainable Landscape Horticulture major was approved by the Board of Trustees on June 4, 2021.
July 9, 2021
Effective Fall 2021, non-degree students may enroll in up to 19 credit hours per semester while completing admission requirements for an undergraduate program. Non-degree students completing a Continuing and Distance Education academic certificate, pursuing professional development, and/or completing admissions requirements for a graduate degree program may enroll in up to 15 credit hours per semester.