Raleigh, North Carolina is where the school’s College of Agriculture and Life Sciences is housed. Nearly 3,500 students are enrolled receiving masters, bachelors and doctorates, it’s one of the largest agricultural colleges in the United States. Some of the subjects available for study include agribusiness management, livestock and poultry management, field crop technology, entomology and soil science. The school offers prospective agricultural students the chance to go on the Bailey Memorial Tour. Named After professor of plant pathology Jack Bailey, it gives students a chance to explore the intricacies of agricultural pathology.