The School of Plant Sciences major offers exceptional opportunities for the education and training of undergraduate students. Our curriculum provide solid background in fundamental biological sciences in combination with training in basic and applied plant science. The curriculum also offers students the freedom to customize their education with diverse and interdisciplinary electives that prepare them for post-graduate studies in research, medicine, and pharmacy, or careers in horticulture, agricultural production, microbiology, or biotechnology. Explore our website for more information on a degree in Plant Sciences, or contact an advisor or a faculty member to see if pursuing a major in the Plant Sciences is right for you.
The School of Plant Sciences offers M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in two disciplines: Plant Sciences and Plant Pathology. A M.S. degree is not required for application to the Doctoral Program. For further information about our program and application process, please see our Admissions Page.