Master of Science in Plant Pathology Program By Michigan State University | Top Universities

Master of Science in Plant Pathology

Master of Science in Plant Pathology

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    157
  • Study Level Masters
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Plant pathology graduate students may study in one or more emphasis areas, including phyto bacteriology, mycology, virology, epidemiology, host parasite interactions, soil microbiology, disease management and molecular biology. Commodity-oriented strategic research areas in which the above emphasis areas may be studied include vegetable crops, fruit crops, nursery, landscape and ornamentals, field crops, turf crops, and forest and tree pathology. Students are urged to take courses which provide a broad background in biological and physical sciences in addition to training in specialized areas. The master’s degree program in plant pathology is available under either Plan A (with thesis) or Plan B (without thesis). The student’s program of study is arranged by a guidance committee which includes the major professor. For both Plan A and Plan B, students must Complete at least 30 credits including at least two graduate-level seminar courses in the biological sciences, one of which must be Plant Pathology 894, Acquire teaching experience by assisting in at least one course, Demonstrate a reading knowledge of a foreign language if required by the guidance committee.
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