Advance your career and knowledge about insect ecology, evolution and social behavior with one of the Top 10 entomology programs in the United States. This non-thesis degree is designed for individuals in professions where advance training in Entomology will strengthen their profession.
This program is appropriate for public health professionals in state, county and federal health departments, pest control professionals; military personnel involved in pest and vector control, and technical support staff working in private companies involved in discovery, development, registration, and marketing of pest and vector control products. Students will be trained in various areas of entomology including acarology, applied entomology, araneology, behavior, biochemistry, biological control, ecology, genetics, host plant resistance, insect biology, medical, public health and veterinary entomology, molecular biology, biochemistry, physiology, toxicology, systematics, and taxonomy.
Program requirements may change at any time. Contact the DGS of your intended program to confirm requirements.
College of Agriculture, Food & Environment
S-225 Ag Science Center
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