College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources
Gilmore Hall 202
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.
The land-grant mission of CTAHR provides students with an opportunity to study in an environment that blends teaching, research, and extension programs dedicated to discovering the secrets of basic science while addressing contemporary issues. Faculty members bring to the classroom the unique perspective of emerging research issues, coupled with an abiding commitment to education.
Through its extension activities, the college provides off-campus, noncredit educational programs focused on the advancement of agriculture in Hawai'i, protection of the environment, and the strengthening of families and communities.
Through its research activities, the college promotes the advancement of life sciences and applications for productive sustainable agriculture. Investigations cover plant and animal physiology; plant, insect, microbial, aquacultural, bioreactor and environmental biotechnology; diseases, insects, and parasites; agronomy; soils; food science; food processing; environmental management; biological engineering; bioremediation; biochemistry; human and animal nutrition; breeding and genetics; and culture, production, economics, marketing, and quality of life for individuals and families.
CTAHR Program Goals:
To prepare its students for success, CTAHR's programs focus on four goals that incorporate characteristics desired by prospective employers. Each CTAHR graduate should be able to:
Degrees and Certificates Offered
Certificates: Graduate Resource Management Certificate, Agribusiness Management Certificate
Bachelor's Degrees: BS in animal sciences, BS in fashion design and merchandising, BS in biological engineering, BS in family resources, BS in food science and human nutrition, BS in molecular biosciences and biotechnology, BS in natural resources and environmental management, BS in plant and environmental protection sciences, BS in tropical plant and soil sciences
Master's Degrees: MS in biological engineering, MS in entomology, MS in food science, MS in animal sciences, MS in molecular biosciences and bioengineering, MS in natural resources and environmental management, MS in nutritional sciences, MS in tropical plant pathology, MS in tropical plant and soil sciences
Doctoral Degrees: PhD in entomology, PhD in molecular biosciences and bioengineering, PhD in natural resources and environmental management, PhD in nutrition, PhD in tropical plant pathology, PhD in tropical plant and soil sciences
CTAHR Office of Academic and Student Affairs
Academic advisors are available by appointment only Monday-Friday from 8:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m. (except on holidays).
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