College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources

College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources

The College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources (CTAHR), established in 1907, is the founding college of the University of Hawaii at Manoa in Honolulu, Hawai‘i. CTAHR is dedicated to "actively help[ing] Hawai‘i diversify its economy, ensure a sustainable environment, and strengthen its communities, and will be the premier resource for tropical agricultural systems and natural resource management in the Asia-Pacific region" and to prepare "students and all citizens of Hawai‘i for life in the global community through research and educational programs supporting tropical agricultural systems that foster viable communities, a diversified economy, and a healthy environment."[1]

The College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources is a prime educational establishment in tropical agriculture, food science and human nutrition, textiles and clothing, and human resources and prepares students for careers as scientists, business leaders, family development specialists, fashion designers and merchandisers, nutritionists, and policy makers. CTAHR offers undergraduate and graduate courses on-campus as well as off-campus, non-educational programs.

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Degrees

CTAHR offers Bachelor's, Master's, and Doctoral degrees:

BS in agricultural and resource economics, BS in agronomy and soil science, BS in animal sciences, BS in biosystems engineering, BS in entomology, BS in family resources, BS in fashion design and merchandising, BS in food science and human nutrition, BS in general agriculture, BS in tropical horticulture

MS in agricultural and resource economics, MS in agronomy and soil science, MS in animal sciences, MS in biosystems engineering, MS in botanical sciences (plant pathology or plant physiology), MS in entomology, MS in food science, MS in horticulture, MS in nutritional science

PhD in agricultural and resource economics, PhD in agronomy and soil science, PhD in botanical sciences (plant pathology or plant physiology), PhD in entomology, PhD in horticulture

Notes

  1. ^ [1]. CTAHR. Accessed December 28, 2009.

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