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Bachelor of Science in Interdisciplinary Studies - Environmental Management in Agriculture and Natural Resources
The University of Florida Soil and Water Science Department offers a unique online Bachelor of Science in Interdisciplinary Studies - Environmental Management in Agriculture and Natural Resources. This program will prepare students for careers in various fields in the agricultural, environmental, and natural science sectors such as sustainable food and fiber production, environmental policy and analysis, water resources, energy resources, soil conservation, stewardship of natural resources, pollution management and international development.

Master of Science (Environmental Science Track)
The University of Florida Soil and Water Science Department offers a unique online Master of Science in Soil and Water Science (Environmental Science Track). Courses are offered via distance education to accommodate place-bound students interested in environmental issues related to soil and water quality of agricultural lands, forested lands, rangelands, urban lands, wetlands or aquatic systems. This distance education track is designed for students who want to pursue an academic career or enhance their knowledge in environmental science ranging from extension agents, state and federal employees, and consultants.

Master of Science (AGROECOLOGY CONCENTRATION)
The Soil and Water Science and the Agronomy Departments are proud to announce our new Agroecology Concentration for our Master of Science programs. The new Agroecology Concentration is available to on-campus students as well as off-campus/distance education students.  Please visit the new site for more information about the concentration and for application to the Graduate School.

The Soil and Water Science Department also offers several Certificate Programs for those individuals wishing to increase their knowledge of environmental solutions without applying to or committing to a graduate degree program. These certificates are designed to accommodate working professionals, students pursuing other majors, and the general public interested in non-degree seeking coursework.

No matter where you live, you have the opportunity to earn a graduate degree from the University of Florida. With the use of high speed internet, students interact with classmates and instructors in real-time from anywhere in the United States as well as around the world. Research can be conducted at one of the UF Research and Education Centers or accredited academic research institutions elsewhere. The Distance Education Graduate Track and Certificate Programs are designed specifically for students with full-time jobs, families, or other obligations that consume a large portion of their lives.

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Soil and Water Science Department |2181 McCarty Hall A, P.O. Box 110290 | Gainesville, FL 32611 | Phone: 352.392.1951, Fax: 352.392.3399
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