The Entomology Graduate Program, administered though the Department of Entomology, Soils, and Plant Sciences, offers two research degrees. The MS and PhD degrees require students to conduct research leading to the writing of a thesis (MS) or dissertation (PhD). Students also may pursue a non-thesis MS degree in Plant and Environmental Science with an emphasis in integrated pest managment and sustainable agriculture.
The Entomology faculty are known for their commitment to teaching and working with students. They are at the forefront of research in their areas and are national and international leaders in their fields in three primary research areas — Applied Agricultural Entomology, Arthropod Biodiversity, and Urban Entomology.
Program Code 148.
Dr. Matthew Turnbull, Associate Professor & Graduate Program Coordinator