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Growing plants for fuel.
Helping children learn.
Making healthier foods.
Learning how cells develop and function.
Cleaning our environment.
Creating new medicines.
Keeping families together.
These are just some of the exciting careers you can pursue with a degree from the College of Agriculture, Human and Natural Sciences.
Allow us to open doors for you to exciting opportunities in the expanding realm of the life sciences and we will provide you with the knowledge, skills and training needed to excel in the career field of your choice. Join our diverse student body to begin your future today.
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What is Special About Our College
LOW FACULTY-TO-STUDENT RATIO
The College's low faculty-to-student ratio assures you that you will receive individualized attention from dedicated faculty who are experts in their areas of specialization. Career opportunities for graduates are excellent.
NETWORK OF RESEARCH FACILITIES
The uniqueness of our urban location coupled with our network of research facilities provides you with unique and marketable hands-on experience in research projects and industry internships.
Best of all, you can get your education for little or no out-of-pocket expense! We have made financial assistance available through work-aid to undergraduate students receiving the Hope Scholarship to cover all tuition and on-campus living expenses.
Graduate Assistantships are available to qualified graduate students who show promise for excellence in graduate work.
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New Poultry and Egg Education Project class now online
CAHNS is excited to announce that the new Poultry and Egg Education Project curriculum is now online for children and young adults. Learn how to handle poultry products safely.
New class now offered for remote sensing
Remote Sensing scientists can earn up to $120,000 a year. Learn more about this course and the online Professional Master's Science Program here.
Study: Celebrity chefs don't star in food safety practices
"Kansas State University food safety experts Edgar Chambers IV and Curtis Maughan, along with Tennessee State University’s Sandria Godwin, recently published “Food safety behaviors observed in celebrity chefs across a variety of programs” in the Journal of Public Health." Read about it in the Insurance Journal.
Professor's research highlighted in new textbook
TSU CAHNS research in food safety is noted at Foreign Affairs website.
CYFAR highlight's assistant professor's project in 2015 report
Congratulations to Rita Fleming, assistant professor in the Department of Family and Consumer Sciences, for having her research efforts in a collaborative project with TSU, University of Minnesota and University of Kentucky highlighted in the 2015 report from the Children, Youth and Families at Risk program funded by the National Institute of Food and Agriculture.