Graduate Students

Resources for current and prospective graduate students in the College of Agricultural Sciences.

Our Graduate Programs

Graduate Degree Programs
Our graduate programs are offered in 18 major areas within the college. In addition, our faculty advisers support several inter-college programs and students may have the option of enrolling in a secondary area of study to receive a dual-title degree.

Graduate Students News

Doctoral student in plant pathology receives NSF research grant
April 16, 2018
Emma Rosenthal, a doctoral student in Penn State's College of Agricultural Sciences, will be able to advance her research interests in plant pathology after receiving a grant from the National Science Foundation.
AgSci dean, faculty, staff endow scholarships during Greater Penn State campaign
April 16, 2018
Motivated by a desire to help deserving students and by gratitude for the opportunities scholarships gave him when he first attended college, Rick Roush, dean of the Penn State College of Agricultural Sciences, was one of several deans last fall to endow an Open Doors Scholarship as part of Penn State's current fundraising campaign, "A Greater Penn State for 21st Century Excellence."
Plant pathology graduate student, professor recognized for teaching excellence
April 12, 2018
Two educators in the Department of Plant Pathology and Environmental Microbiology in Penn State's College of Agricultural Sciences received recognition for their teaching.
Students explore entrepreneurial spirit of Israel over spring break
March 23, 2018
For the past few decades, Israel has been a hotbed of innovation and technological exploration. The country boasts more than 4,200 startups, the highest per capita in the world, and according to Forbes, more than 250 global companies have research and development (R&D) labs in Israel today, 80 of which are Fortune 500 companies.
Animal Science student sets her sights on veterinary school
March 23, 2018
Four years of hard work finally is paying off for Penn State senior Molly Rogus, of Doylestown, who will be starting veterinary school at Cornell University in the fall.