College of Agricultural, Human, and Natural Resource Sciences

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Washington wines have an international reputation for high quality, and WSU Tri-Cities is located in the heart of Washington wine country. You’ll get hands-on practice in laboratories, vineyards, and wineries and learn from professors who are national and international experts in viticulture and enology (wine science). Our hands-on degree programs in wine science get students ready for their careers in the vineyard or as a winemaker.

Blended Learning

WSU Blended Learning allows students the opportunity to partner with regional wineries to gain experience in all steps of the winemaking process and produce premium wines.

Wine Science Center

WSU Tri-Cities is home to the world-renowned Ste. Michelle Wine Estates WSU Wine Science Center, which is one of the only comprehensive wine research facilities in the world. 

Teaching Vineyard

Students gain hands-on experience cultivating a vineyard and growing wine grapes through the Albert Ravenholt Research and Teaching Vineyard on campus.


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Do you have questions about our
undergraduate programs?

Phone: 509-372-7250
Location: Floyd 201


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Master’s and doctoral programs are officially offered through the Pullman campus, although students may complete most of their degree requirements on the Tri-Cities campus. Students interested in this programs must apply to WSU Pullman to be accepted. Prospective students are encouraged to contact the department about the availability of coursework, research, and faculty advisors at the Tri-Cities campus.

Do you have questions about our
graduate programs?

Phone: 509-372-7394
Location: Floyd 207A