The agroecology program's core curriculum offers a emphasizes the interdisciplinary studies and global perspectives in agriculture, environment, and society. UF Agroecology incorporates local, regional, national and international research and study opportunities.
The biomedical engineering program allows a student to pursue a bachelor's degree in a related engineering field while also taking courses necessary for a master's degree in Biomedical Engineering.
Climate Science Concentration
The interdisciplinary concentration in climate science is for students seeking to better understand climate and climate change, as well as resulting impacts and societal responses.
The academic cluster for graduate studies in Hydrologic Sciences is a unique interdisciplinary program designed to broaden the skills of science and engineering students who are interested in all aspects of water.
The master's and doctoral degrees in Interdisciplinary Ecology promote interdisciplinary thinking in natural resources and the environment by combining (1) coursework in the basic and applied science of ecology and the social, political, and economic sciences with (2) competence in an approved program in one of these fields of study. See the School of Natural Resources and Environment for more.
The goal of the Interdisciplinary Concentration in Wetland Sciences (ICWS) is to establish a standard set of courses and activities that provide graduate students knowledge and experience that complement their majors with preparation for wetland-related careers.