School of Agriculture & Applied Sciences
Message from the Dean
Welcome to Langston University’s School of Agriculture & Applied Sciences’ website. This site is comprised of academic information that will benefit you during your pursuit of academic greatness.
Langston University’s School of Agriculture and Applied Sciences prides its self in having an illustrious history and has helped to set the foundation of the university.
The School of Agriculture and Applied Sciences’ mission is to operate within the conceptual framework of the land grant mission. Its mission is to prepare students for modern and sustainable careers in food and fiber production, family and consumer sciences, early childhood development, nutrition and dietetics, natural resources management, and other allied fields in Oklahoma, the nation and the world through an innovative infrastructure that integrates teaching, research and extension for a well rounded education.
The School of Agriculture and Applied Sciences is located in the Agricultural Research, Teaching and Extension Complex at 100 Success Drive. The School is also the home of the renowned E. (Kika) de la Garza American Institute for Goat Research. It has state-of-the-art facilities for teaching, research and student experiential learning. The faculty members are actively engaged in individual and collaborative research, extension and international activities.
The School is organized into two departments:
The Department of Agriculture and Natural Resources which offers the Bachelor of Science (B.S.) in Agricultural Science, Agribusiness - Urban, Animal Science - Urban, Crop and Soil Science - Urban, Natural Resources Management and the Associate of Science (A.S.) in Pre-Veterinary Science and Horticulture and the Department of Family and Consumer Sciences which offers the Bachelor of Science (B.S.) in Childhood Development, Early Childhood Education, Family and Consumer Sciences Education and Nutrition and Dietetics and the Associate of Science (A.S.) degree in Child Development.
Our Administration, faculty, staff, students and alumni will challenge you to research our institution and become a part of the rich history of Langston University’s School of Agriculture and Applied Sciences.
Dr. Marvin Burns