Crop Production & Management Bachelor's | Agricultural Sciences | SIU

Southern Illinois University




Crop Production and Management [Science and General]

A specialization in Crop Production & Management [Science or General] focuses on the challenges of producing and managing crop systems, using both organic and conventional methods.

What will I study?

Our innovative courses combine both the traditional and molecular approaches to germplasm development and teach holistic approaches to crop production by integrating the disciplines of plant pathology, entomology and weed science.

Classes such as breeding, biotechnology, plant pathology, pest and weed management, crop management and protection, the biology of plant-microbe interactions and soil science provide students with a solid foundation and in-demand skill sets for a successful career.

Career Opportunities: Where will I work?

Contact Information

Feel free to contact one of our Coordinating Counselors for Crop Production and Management:

Dr. Ahmad Fakhoury

Also feel free to contact the Coordinator of Student Recruitment for the College of Agricultural Sciences:

Career Services