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New Brunswick Undergraduate Catalog 2022-2024 School of Environmental and Biological Sciences Programs of Study Summary Minors and Certificate Programs  

Minors and Certificate Programs


The following minors, offered by the School of Environmental and Biological Sciences, are open to all undergraduate students at Rutgers University. 

            Agriculture and Food Systems

Agroecology

Animal Science

Biochemistry

Community Health Outreach

Culinary Nutrition

Ecology, Evolution, and Natural Resources

Entomology

Environmental and Business Economics

Environmental Geomatics

Environmental Planning

Environmental Policy, Institutions, and Behavior

Environmental Sciences

Fisheries Science

Food Science

Green Technologies

Horticultural Therapy

Landscape Design

Leadership Skills

Marine Sciences

Medicinal and Economic Botany

Meteorology

Microbiology

Nonprofit Leadership

Nutrition

Plant Science 

Public Garden Management

Science Communication

Science Outreach

Sustainability

Sustainable Global Food Systems

Urban Forestry


The School of Environmental and Biological Sciences offers the following interdisciplinary certificate programs reflecting several of the school's mission areas. Certificates are awarded only with or subsequent to the awarding of a baccalaureate degree in an approved major. These certificate programs are open to all undergraduate students at Rutgers University as well as nonmatriculating students.

Environmental Geomatics

Environmental Planning

Evolutionary Medicine

Food Systems Education and Administration

Horticultural Therapy

Medicinal and Economic Botany

Plant Biosecurity

Turfgrass Science 
 
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