The Department of Plants, Soils, & Climate is very diverse, including all aspects of plant-soil-climate related agriculture and natural resource management. As a result we have a wide variety of degree programs and specializations within the graduate degree program.
Research is an essential part of most graduate degree programs. Its best to contact faculty in your area of interest prior to application for graduate school to secure the availability of a major professor and research assistant funding, if applicable. Please visit the "People" page on the website to determine possible faculty to work with.
Masters of Science (MS):
Doctor of Philosophy (PhD):
|Climate Science (formerly Biometeorology)||Climate Science (formerly Biometeorology)|
|Ecology (Plants, Soils & Climate)||Ecology (Plants, Soils & Climate)|
|Plant Science||Plant Science|
|Soil Science||Soil Science|
|Toxicology (Plants, Soils & Climate)||Toxicology (Plants, Soils & Climate)|
Specialization in Water-Efficient Landscaping