The Bachelor of Science in Agricultural and Food Systems at Washington State University is designed to provide students with a comprehensive education in the field of agricultural science and food production. This four-year program combines an interdisciplinary curriculum from a variety of disciplines, including plant sciences, animal sciences, food science and nutrition, economics, business management, soil science, and agricultural engineering. Students will gain hands-on experience through laboratory work and research projects in both field and lab settings. Graduates from this program will have the knowledge and skills to pursue careers in agriculture & food production; fisheries & wildlife management; global food security; sustainable farming practices; policy making; or agricultural engineering. With a strong demand for graduates with an understanding of modern agriculture systems, this program provides students with excellent career prospects and the potential to make a meaningful contribution to local and global food security initiatives.