Transfer Admissions Requirements: College of Food, Agricultural and Natural Resource Sciences

The College of Food, Agricultural and Natural Resource Sciences (CFANS) offers students an extraordinary education with 13 majors, 1 pre-major, and 26 minors based in solution-driven science. As a CFANS student, you'll discover a close-knit campus community while benefiting from the resources of a world-class research university—such as undergraduate research, top professors, hands-on experiences, and hundreds of course options.

CFANS has a long tradition of educating future leaders who understand the delicate balance of production and conservation. Students learn from faculty who use critical and innovative thinking, plus all the tools of the arts and sciences, to solve everyday problems and make our planet a productive, friendly, and sustainable environment.

The College's nationally recognized programs and broad array of internship and research opportunities provide students with the education and experience they need for successful careers in private businesses, public agencies, and nonprofit organizations, or for graduate study.

CFANS also offers one pre-major and two pre-professional programs. The Pre-Bioproducts and Biosystems Engineering major is an undergraduate course of study that specifically prepares you for entrance into the College of Science and Engineering's upper-division Bioproducts and Biosystems Engineering major.

CFANS' pre-professional programs are specifically designed to meet the entrance requirements to professional programs such as veterinary medicine, medicine and dentistry. CFANS offers several pre-professional program options. Visit cfans.umn.edu/academics/cfans-majors-minors to learn more.

Degree options: Bachelor of Science (B.S.)

CFANS Majors