Herbert College of Agriculture

Herbert College of Agriculture

The Herbert College of Agriculture educates and prepares students for leading personally satisfying lives as productive members of society with emphasis on careers in the agricultural, environmental, life, and social sciences. The College offers bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral degrees and provides hands-on learning in a family atmosphere.

Agriculture has been a part of the curriculum at the University of Tennessee since 1871, and has been offered under different structures including the Department of Agriculture, School of Agriculture, College of Agriculture, College of Agriculture and Home Economics, and in 1991, the College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources. In June 2018, the College underwent its most recent name change to the Herbert College of Agriculture in recognition of the generosity of Jim and Judi Herbert.


Browse the Herbert College of Agriculture Collections:

Agricultural and Resource Economics

Animal Science

Biosystems Engineering and Soil Science

Entomology & Plant Pathology

Family and Consumer Sciences

Food Science

Forestry, Wildlife, and Fisheries

Plant Sciences