Global Resource Systems
Looking for an education that will prepare you to make a difference in your community, country and the world?
The Global Resource Systems (GRS) program is a Bachelor of Science degree which combines both arts and science courses which allows students to gain and understanding of natural and agricultural resources from an international and interdisciplinary perspective. In GRS, you’ll study biology, chemistry, economics, and examine subjects such as food systems and their links to human and environmental health, agrifood systems, and more. Students build their degrees around a specific region of the world and a specific resource from within the Land and Food Systems faculty.
Meet our Students
|Resource Specialization||Ethics & Sustainability in Global Supply Chains|
|Region Specialization||The Americas|
Self-Directed Study in Ghana / Internship in Indonesia / Exchange in the Netherlands
“GRS gave me the support, flexibility, and networks to pave your own way. These experiences are the reason I was able to figure out how I wanted to change the world.”
|Resource Specialization||Global Development and Sustainability|
|Region Specialization||Asia and the Middle East (Turkey)|
Self-Directed Study in Northern India
“Through GRS, I have successfully blended key elements of both my degrees, and had an outstanding journey full of growth, challenge, and adventure.”
|Resource Specialization||International Development and Social Inequality|
Exchange student in Norway / Field Course in India /
“GRS has allowed me to explore all the issues that I am passionate about in a more systemic approach.”