Master of Science in Plant Pathology
- Application deadlines: January 10 (fall) and July 1 (spring)
- Bachelor’s degree required
- 3 recommendations
- Statement of purpose
- 30 credit hours*
- Master’s thesis
- Final master’s examination
*The MS program in plant pathology includes 30 credit hours (minimum), with 21 credit hours (minimum) of graded course work, 15 of which must be at the 500-level. The program includes 2 credit hours of Seminar (Pl P 515). A thesis based on original research and oral defense of thesis are required for the MS in plant pathology. View list of plant pathology courses.
On-line Non-thesis Master’s
Are you interested in an on-line non-thesis Master’s in Agriculture degree with an option in Plant Health Management? Find out more information about the online degree.