Studying Botany at Weber State
Weber State’s botany program offers students who love science and nature a hands-on education in plant life, including how plants sustain our world and can brighten our future.
Weber State has the only dedicated university botany department in Utah, housed in the state-of-the-art Tracy Hall Science Center, which opened in fall 2016.
As a botany major, you can pick among four degree tracks to tailor your program to fit your career goals or future graduate program. In addition, you’ll conduct your research in labs, Weber State’s on-campus greenhouse and outdoor field locations.
Beyond the Classroom
As a botany student, you'll have the chance to go on regular field trips to a variety of wilderness areas, all within a few hours drive of campus.
You can also gain on-the-job experience with through a cooperative work experience.
Class of 2019
“My interactions with my botany professors have been meaningful, insightful, and supportive. My professors care about me and my academic progress here at WSU. They are available when I have questions, always offering their best information and advice.”