MSc Agriculture – WSU’s world-renowned agriculture faculty are experts in animal science, economic sciences, food science, crop and soil sciences, horticulture, entomology, plant pathology, and more. The program provides a solid core curriculum in agricultural science focusing on valuable practical knowledge and skills for agricultural professionals. You will also be given the opportunity to direct your learning experience and tailor your coursework to help them meet your professional goals.
MSc Agriculture students have the choice of the general MSc Agriculture option, as well as options focusing on Food Science and Management and Plant Health and Management. You may also choose between a thesis or non-thesis program. Non-thesis program students can select either a traditional project-based option or an industry, immersion-based option involving a practicum/internship.
WSU MSc Agriculture Program Strengths
- WSU has a rich history of excellence in agricultural education. Our scientists and graduates have literally changed the world by improving the food supply.
- Regional students can augment their education with face-to-face learning at WSU four research centers, and network with allied area employers.
- Renowned faculty members from WSU’s College of Agricultural, Human, and Natural Resource Sciences have a wealth of professional experience and technical knowledge ready to pass on to you. They are passionate about engaging with online students and providing them with an educational experience tailored for the fully-online format.
Summer: March 1
Fall: June 1
Spring: October 1
Summer: May 10, 2021
Fall: August 23, 2021
Spring: January 10, 2022
Master of Science in Agriculture
College of Agricultural, Human, and Natural Resource Sciences
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