Welcome to the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences (CALS). The study of agriculture, a founding basis for the university, was formalized into a college in 1903. CALS presents a broad array of opportunities, offering 15 majors and 47 concentrations for undergraduate students. Students in the college are the best in the nation, winning national competitions in floral design, landscape architecture, and meat and dairy science, to name a few. Many of the majors boast a 100% placement rate for graduates. Look around the site and you will find that there is a place for you in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences.