The Bachelor of Science in Agriculture and Food Security at Washington State University is a unique program that provides students with the skills and knowledge to become leaders in the field of agriculture and food security. The program curriculum covers topics such as plant and animal sciences, soil science, agricultural economics, and environmental science. Hands-on learning opportunities are also available through laboratory-based courses where students can learn about innovative technologies and research relevant to current global food security issues. Graduates of this program will be well-equipped for careers in government, industry, or academia. They will have the skills to address key challenges related to sustainable agriculture production, food safety regulations, water availability, climate change mitigation, and other areas crucial for the future of our planet's food supply. The diverse range of career opportunities available make this an excellent choice for those seeking to make a real difference in improving global food security.