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Flowers and plants take tests too.

Our faculty and students study new varieties of plants – and provide campus with a secret garden of beauty.

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Students

Graduate Programs

Learn from the Best

The College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences has graduate programs ranging from a masters in agribusiness to a doctorate in plant pathology. Our graduate students work alongside top professors – whether it’s in a field, lab, facility or greenhouse – as they further their expertise. We’ve got students working on blueberry sensory tests, biofuels research, stem cells, pest management, chicken nutrition and water sensor technology.

Study with the World

We average 450 graduate students a year from places as varied as Georgia, North Carolina, Ecuador, India and Brazil, and many of these students are on graduate assistantships.

Join Our Graduate Programs

Be sure to check this site for more information about how to apply and financial assistance available in our college. If you want to know more about a particular program, please contact the graduate coordinator who oversees your program of interest.

We look forward to helping you further your career through the College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences.

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Animal Doctor

Patrick Singletary, Biological Science - Pre-vet('12 BSA)

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In the chicken test kitchen.

Shona Jonson, Food Science ('91 BSA); Manager of Menu Innovation & Quality, Chick-Fil-A

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Protecting the chicken.

Steven Lyon, Poultry Science ('04 BS, '06 MS), Food Science ('09 PhD); Food & Product Safety, Chick-Fil-A

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From Ag Hill to Capitol Hill.

Tracy Troutman, Avian Biology ('07 BS) Agricultural Leadership ('08 MAL); Program Analyst, USDA, Agricultural Research Service

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Our college has many faces.

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