The Entomology teaching programs provide high quality, broad-based instruction in the science of entomology at the undergraduate and graduate levels. Our undergraduate teaching program serves the campus community by meeting the educational needs of students majoring in other Agriculture and Life Science disciplines and those in the Agricultural Institute, as well as satisfying the curiousity of individuals simply interested in the relationships among arthropods and the physical and biological environments around them.
The graduate teaching program prepares M.Ag., M.S. and Ph.D. students for careers in entomology and related fields by providing a comprehensive and challenging education that integrates both classical and modern approaches. Students in related disciplines also take graduate level courses in Entomology. The M.S. and Ph.D. programs emphasize the development of research and teaching skills.
- Information for Prospective Graduate Students
- Undergraduate Minor in Entomology
- Pest Management Minor in the Agricultural Institute
- Courses offered (Ag Institute, Undergraduate, and Graduate)
- Entomology Graduate Student Association (EGSA)
- Entomology Graduate Student Handbook
- Contact Us About Applying to the Entomology Graduate Program