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All majors at the university were updated as part of the implementation of the new General Education in 2022. It is important that students follow the major requirements that correspond to when they began at the university. To view your degree requirements, please select the curricula below that correspond to your timeline:
Students beginning Autumn 2022 and beyond:
All students beginning at the University during Autumn 2022 and beyond will follow the new General Education curriculum.
Students that began at the University Summer 2022 or before:
Students that began at the University Summer 2022 or before will continue to follow the legacy General Education
Current Students are not eligible to move to the new GE or updated major requirements
How does SENR fit into the College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences (CFAES), and the University?
SENR is a distinct, interdisciplinary academic unit administratively housed within CFAES. All majors within our School earn a Bachelor's of Science in Environment and Natural Resources upon graduation. The graphic below displays the organization of SENR within the university.