STEM-based, career-focused programs
Have you always loved science, technology, engineering and mathematics courses? Are you passionate about the outdoors, plants, animal science or the environment? Do you want a college experience that includes hands-on learning, community outreach projects and opportunities for amazing internships? Are you looking for an exciting, high-paying career?
If you answered "yes" to any of the questions above, the Arthur Temple College of Forestry and Agriculture might be exactly what you're looking for. During your time as a student here, you'll work with passionate, dedicated professors who truly care about your success. You'll get out of the classroom and participate in transformative, hands-on learning activities.
Most importantly, you'll earn a degree in a high-paying field where jobs are plentiful. Our graduates work for national parks, state and government agencies, oil and gas companies and universities. They work in commercial agriculture and they become veterinarians, land surveyors, teachers and cattle producers.
A message from the dean, Dr. Hans Williams
Welcome to the Arthur Temple College of Forestry and Agriculture.
It is an exciting time to earn a degree in agriculture, environmental science, forestry or spatial science. Career opportunities are plentiful with our graduating classes experiencing near 100% employment. Our undergraduate programs focus on experience-based learning. Students work closely with the faculty learning theory in the classroom and application in the field. Students enrolled in our master's and doctoral degree programs work collaboratively with the faculty researching the important issues affecting our nation's natural resources. Through service to the community, our faculty and students apply what they have learned to promote sustainable natural resources management to improve the lives of the citizens of Texas and the nation.
We invite you to visit us on the SFA campus. I believe you will see that the learning and living environment is second-to-none. Do not hesitate to contact us, if we can provide more information about our programs or be of service.
Hans Williams, PhD
Dean, College of Forestry and Agriculture