Master of Science in Horticulture
The master of science degree in Horticulture is research-based degree that involves a formal research project with accompanying written thesis. The objectives are to train students in the experimental method and to prepare students for handling major projects after graduation or for entering a doctoral program.
Master of Science in Agriculture
The department of Horticulture participates in the Master of Science in Agriculture degree program offered by the College of Agricultural, Human, and Natural Resource Sciences (CAHNRS). The M.S. in Agriculture degree is fully online and provides practitioners the opportunity to further their education while they continue employment anywhere in the world. Students have the opportunity to direct their learning experience and tailor their coursework to help them meet their professional goals. For further details please see the Master of Science in Agriculture home page.