CTAHR offers undergraduate students bachelor's degrees in the following fields:
BS in animal sciences (ANSC)
BS in biological engineering (BE)
BS in dietetics (DTCS)
BS in fashion design and merchandising (FDM)
BS in food science and human nutrition (FSHN)
BS in human development and family studies (HDFS)
BS in molecular biosciences and biotechnology (MBB)
BS in natural resources and environmental management (NREM)
BS in tropical agriculture and the environment (TAE)
To find out more about each degree program visit their respective website and view the Program Sheet & 4-Year Sample Academic Plan.
For more information on how to apply to the University of Hawaii at Manoa, contact the Office of Admissions.
The College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources (CTAHR) was established with the founding of UH in 1907. CTAHR is a leading academic institution in tropical agriculture, biological engineering, food science and human nutrition, fashion design and merchandising, biotechnology, natural resources and environmental management, and family resources. Hawai'i's unique geographic location, ecological diversity, and multicultural population provide students with a living laboratory. The college is the locus of educational opportunities for students preparing to become tomorrow's scientists, technologists, business leaders, family development specialists, fashion designers and merchandisers, nutritionists, and policy makers.