The Master of Science in Agriculture includes coursework in research methods, statistics, and all major disciplines in agriculture. Students have the opportunity to specialize within a field of agriculture if they choose or they can select the option that allows for certification in Agricultural Sciences and Technology, which allows them the opportunity to teach in public schools of Texas. Students are strongly encouraged to complete an internship, and for those wishing to pursue further graduate studies, a thesis option is available.
|Degree Type||Master of Science in Agriculture (M.S.)|
|Length||37 Credit Hours|
|Enrollment||Fall, Spring, Summer|
|Tuition/Costs||Rates Per Semester|
Also - Coming Soon:
This new program’s (beginning Fall 2015) curriculum will explore a variety of modern agricultural pursuits framed by sustainable practices that will include non-traditional and viable enterprises in agriculture, alternative value-added products, modern farming techniques, food safety, and small business marketing. The program is ideal for small landowners, urban farmers, value-added and cottage food makers, educators, government agents, or anyone interested in local food production.
*New programs for Fall 2015 pending approval from The Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board.