Welcome to the Department of Plant Sciences page for prospective and enrolled students interested in finding out about our graduate programs. Whether you’re a prospective student trying to find the college that best fits your interests, an enrolled student looking at alternatives to your current program, or simply have a love for plants, you’ll discover that the Department of Plant Sciences is a great place to study.
Graduate programs available to students within the Department of Plant Sciences leading to Ph.D. and master's degrees include the following:
- Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
- Food Science
- Horticulture and Agronomy
- International Agricultural Development (M.S. only)
- Plant Biology
- Plant Pathology
- Soils and Biogeochemistry
Under the guidance of a graduate program's academic advisors, the program of a graduate student working with faculty in the Plant Sciences Department can be tailored to fit the student's personal needs and career goals while meeting graduate program and university requirements. Please see specific program for advisor information.