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Graduate Degree Programs

Our graduate programs are offered in 18 major areas within the college.

Our faculty advisers also support several inter-college degree programs. Students may also have the option to enroll in a secondary area of study to receive a dual-title degree.

Involves study and research in biological products and engineering, including biofuels and natural resource engineering.

Offers the following core areas of study: Educational Processes, Leadership Development and Communications, Program Development, and Research.

Provides training in economics and quantitative methods as applied to the food and agricultural system, natural resources and the environment, and regional economic development.

Emphasizes research that increases the efficiency of production of agronomic crops, improves the quality of food, and assists in the use and development of land resources.

Study animal management, breeding and genomics, growth and development biology, meat science, nutrition, and nutritional, lactational and reproductive physiology.

Focuses on educational programming for youth and families and prepares students to assume leadership roles in educational and human services organizations.

Integrates science and technology with business (marketing, management, entrepreneurship, and leadership) for bio-based products/materials and their supply chains

Learn the skills to work with citizens and leaders to establish and maintain viable communities and community organizations.

Encourages students to conceive and implement novel research within the insect sciences.

Offers students advanced knowledge in the progression of food, from harvesting to consumption.

Focus on forest resource management, forest biology, environmental concerns, and/or wood products.

Study plant sciences ranging from genetics and nutrition to marketing and green roof technology.

Study the basic mechanisms of disease as seen in humans and domestic animals.

Provides education and research experience in the study of plant disease.

Acquire the research skills and expertise needed to advance our understanding of rural people and places at home and abroad.

Emphasizes research on the roles of soils in environmental quality, agricultural sustainability, and improvement in the delivery of ecosystem services.

In this online program, learn how to manage the day-to-day challenges of running a turfgrass facility.

Study the biology and management of wildlife or fish species and their environments.