Plant Pathology

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Degree Program

The Department of Plant Pathology offers the following degree programs:

Bachelor of Science

The Plant Pathology Department collaborates in the Plant Protection undergraduate program. This interdisciplinary program with the departments of Plant Sciences and Entomology provides students a broad based experience in both the production of crops and management of pests. Students from this multi-disciplinary program may find employment in industry or private business, or they may continue their education with graduate studies.

Master of Science

Completion of a Master of Science degree is dependent on the completion of 30 semester hours in Plant Pathology or approved courses from related departments. Not less than 10 credits must reflect research in the desired area. No minor area of study is required with an MS degree, but a minor may be elected.

Doctor of Philosophy

Completion of a Doctor of Philosophy degree is dependent on the completion of 60 semester hours beyond the MS degree or 90 credits total. Courses may include Plant Pathology or approved courses from related departments. Not less than 10 credits must reflect research in the desired area. A minor area of study is required with a PhD degree. Options are available in plant science, agronomy, plant breeding, microbiology, entomology and others.

 

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