Academic Programmes

Academic Programmes

The College of Agriculture and Life Sciences Office of Academic Programs is dedicated to our faculty, staff, and students. The college offers a diverse range of educational degree programs - from an associate's program in Agricultural Technology to bachelor's, master's, and Ph.D.

We nurture and engage our students by: Encouraging and supporting diversity; providing personalized advising; offering exciting and challenging classes; providing hands-on learning experiences; providing undergraduate research opportunities; supporting study abroad programs.

We provide leadership to faculty by: Providing resources, leadership, and grants; recognizing them with teaching and advising awards; hosting teaching symposiums; supporting participation in conferences.
Awards, Scholarships, and Financial Aid

More than 400 scholarships are awarded each year in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences. Find out how you can apply for the more than $750,000 in scholarships available to students.
Clubs and Organizations

Student organizations and activities provide opportunities for service, leadership and industry contacts to broaden and enrich the academic experience.
Honors Program
Majors and Minors
Undergraduate Course Catalog
Agricultural Technology Program
International Opportunities

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Welcome to SHUATS

The Agricultural Institute was established under the leadership of Dr. Sam Higginbottom, in 1910, as an ecumenical Institution of the Christian Churches and Church organizations in India. In order to obtain more academic freedom and to strengthen the specialized programmes of Teaching, Research and Extension a proposal was submitted to the Ministry of Human Resource Development, Govt. of India by the Director, Dr. Rajendra B. Lal on the 31st of August 1994, that the Institute be granted the status of a Deemed University. In 1997 a team of experts from ICAR and UGC visited the Institute and gave their recommendation that the Institute be declared as a Deemed University, as it had all the potentials of a University. On the 15th of March 2000, Dr. Murli Manohar Joshi, Honable Minister of HRD, Govt. of India, gave his approval to the recommendations of the UGC.