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Master of Science in Agriculture

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Degree Specializations

Students seeking the M.S. degree in Agriculture will select one of the following areas of concentration:

  • Agricultural Business and Economics

  • Agricultural Education

  • Agricultural Media and Communication - combines coursework in agriculture and communication to prepare graduates with skills in agricultural production areas including animal science, agribusiness and plant science with theoretical concepts in communication.

Program Requirements & Resources

Thesis Option (min 30 hours)  
Non-Thesis Option (min 36 hours)  

Graduate Program Admission

Semester to be admitted Priority Deadline Final Deadline
Fall July 1
Spring November 1
Summer April 1

Note: International students are advised to review the application deadlines set forth by International Student Services.

Required Application Materials  
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Career Opportunities

Students who pursue this degree do so to obtain further knowledge of agricultural science and their specialization area. Graduates of this degree tend to find careers in agricultural associations where leadership or management roles exists. In addition, graduates pursue state or federal agency roles where a graduate degree warrants opportunities for promotion.

Scholarships & Program Cost

There are numerous scholarships and financial aid programs available to graduate Agriculture students.

Contacts

Coordinator of Graduate Admissions
Department of Agricultural Sciences
WT Graduate School
(806) 651-2730