The College of Agricultural Sciences offers a comprehensive graduate program in Agricultural Sciences leading to a Doctor of Philosophy degree.
Students build their future with a diverse, interdisciplinary doctoral education in the physical, biological and social sciences that enhances, regulates and sustains agriculture, food and forestry producers, industries and agencies.
Our research-intensive graduate program prepares students to excel at effortlessly developing and funding their own research program; and teaching graduate and undergraduate students.
Areas of concentration include:
- Animal Science
- Crop Science
- Human Nutrition Dietetics
- Food Safety
- Soil Science
- Agribusiness Economics
- Agricultural Education
- Forest Recreation
- Renewable Energy
We attract local, national and international students, who form an earnest community of scholars involved in the exchange of ideas and high-level research, in areas specific to their goals and interest.