LAWR offers three majors in the College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences.
- Atmospheric Science, , where you will investigate topics ranging from how to forecast severe weather events to how humans may be altering Earth's climate.
- Environmental Science and Management offers a contemporary perspective for solving environmental problems and understanding human dimensions of the environment. Students gain exposure to real world problem solving and learn how to use cutting edge technology and tools.
- Hydrology, where you will study all aspects of water -- weather, river basins, groundwater, glaciers, lakes, streams, permafrost, water vapor.
Faculty advisers within each of these majors will work with you to tailor an individual program of specialization or concentration.
Land, Air and Water Resources is a multidisciplinary department with faculty who specialize in atmospheric, plant, resource, soil and water science, hydrology, and water engineering. Teaching and research focus on both agricultural and environmental science. The faculty contribute to numerous other undergraduate and graduate programs in the Colleges of Letters and Science, Engineering, and Agricultural and Environmental Sciences.