Plant Pathology Masters
In addition to meeting the requirements of the University and the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources, students must meet the requirements specified below:
Regular admission may be granted to those students who have a bachelor’s degree or its equivalent, a 3.00 grade point, and appropriate training in the biological and physical sciences and mathematics. Provisional admission may be granted to those students who do not meet the requirements for regular admission.
The master’s degree program in plant pathology is available under either:
- Plan A (with thesis)
- Plan B (without thesis).
The student’s program of study is arranged by a guidance committee which includes the major professor.
For either Plan A or Plan B, the student must:
- Complete at least 30 credits including at least two graduate-level seminar courses in the biological sciences.
- Acquire teaching experience by assisting in at least one course.
- A reading knowledge of a foreign language may be required.