Why study agriculture at Missouri State?
- 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.