Department of Entomology and Plant Pathology
- Arthropod Management in Plant Systems
- Behavior, Ecology, Evolution & Systematics
- Genetics & Molecular Biology of Insects
- Insect Microbe & Pathogen Interactions
- Structural Urban, Medical & Veterinary Entomology
Bridging traditional and modern approaches to study the role of insects in natural and managed ecosystems.
Globally-ranked, the entomology graduate program in CALS offers a challenging curriculum, one-on-one research experiences and hands-on attention from committed faculty members.
We offer two master’s degrees and a Ph.D. in entomology.
The Master of Science (MS) program requires students to conduct an original research project and write a thesis. The Master of Entomology (ME) is a non-thesis degree program; however, students may be required by their graduate committees to complete a project.
These are the program objectives:
- To guide the graduate education of students preparing for professional careers
- To prepare students to be effective researchers, teachers and extension specialists in contributing to the advancement of entomology
- To maintain and improve the program’s leadership position nationally and internationally
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