- Completion of at least 28 credits acceptable to the college with an academic record, which at least meets the requirements of Academic Standing of Undergraduate Students.
- Acceptance as a major in one of the academic programs of the college.
Several majors within the College have limited enrollment and may admit students only upon reaching junior standing or have other requirements that must be met prior to admission to the major. These majors include construction management, dietetics, interior design, landscape architecture, and packaging. For additional information, refer to the statements on the Department of Food Science and Human Nutrition, School of Packaging, and the School of Planning, Design and Construction.
Students with fewer than 28 credits may designate a major preference within the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources. Students selecting a major preference within the College are advised by faculty members or advisors in the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources.