The Master of Science in Agriculture is an advanced interdisciplinary degree that
can meet your interests and career goals by combining sub-specialty areas in the College
of Agriculture and across campus.
You can emphasize on research with a thesis option, or focus on other opportunities
with the non-thesis and internship degree options. The flexibility of the program
offers you the freedom to choose your track to graduation.
The accelerated master's program allows you to finish an undergraduate degree while
earning graduate credit. You may take up to 12 hours of graduate-level course work
during your junior or senior years that count toward both degrees.