June 29, 2017
Discovery - Extension - Education

 

  Through a combination of research, teaching and outreach, students leave with a solid background in any one of four major thrust areas: Genetic Improvement of Economic Crops, Cropping Systems and Plant Nutrition, Environmental Soils and Landscape Processes, and Turf and the Urban Environment.

Graduate Studies

Degree Requirements

Masters and Doctorate Requirements

Curriculum, Basic Requirements

M.S. - Non-thesis M.S. Ph.D.

33 credit hours

including 1 hour
seminar

3, but not more than 6 credits of special problems

ENTM 61200
Required

24 credit hours

including 1 hour
seminar

ENTM 61200
Required

45 Credit hours

including 2 hours seminar

ENTM 61200
Required

These courses will be listed on the Plan of Study under the category heading "Primary Area" or "Related Area"

NOTE: Courses taken that are NOT on the Plan of Study can be taken PASS/FAIL.

Basic Course Requirements for Ph.D.

Subject Requirement Purdue Equivalent

CHEMISTRY*
(9 credit minimum)

General plus one semester of:
Organic
Inorganic
Analytical
Physical or
Biochemistry*

CHM 111/112

PHYSICS*
(6 credit minimum)
General
PHYS 220/221^
MATHEMATICS*
(6 credit minimum)
Calculus
MA 223/224*
BIOLOGY
(8 credit minimum)
General
BIOL 110/111*

^ A general survey course (e.g. PHYS 205) does not apply towards the requirement.  Students completing a one semester survey course in physics must complete a minimum of 6 additional credits in general physics.

* or equivalent