M.S. in Agricultural, Food and Life Sciences

MS AFLS PLPA

In addition to traditional graduate degree programs, the Department supports the M.S. in Agricultural, Food and Life Sciences (M.S. AFLS) degree for non-traditional students.  Students enrolled in this degree program may obtain a non-thesis Masters degree with a 9 credit hour Plant Pathology emphasis or obtain a thesis-based M.S. AFLS degree if approved by their advisory committee. This degree program is particularly suited to county extension agents, consultants and other working professionals who wish to improve and update their technical skills while continuing to work.