The Master of Science in agriculture program offers students a way to deepen their knowledge and participate in a variety of hands-on research projects.
As an agriculture graduate student, you’ll complete advanced coursework in agricultural policy, horticulture, livestock physiology, nutrition and more. You’ll also have the opportunity to develop your own research project that aligns with your interests and career goals.
The Master of Science in agriculture can be completed as a full-time or part-time program.
Applicants with an undergraduate grade point average of 2.8 or higher will be considered for “clear” admission. If you have a grade point average between 2.5 and 2.8, you may be considered for probationary admission to the program.
In some cases, applicants with a grade point average below 2.5 will be considered for admission depending on other factors, such as work experience or GRE scores (GRE not required, considered only as alternative admission criteria).
*See the Graduate Bulletin for additional details, guidelines and requirements.