Ag and Applied Economics
Graduate degrees in the department of Agricultural and Applied Economics will prepare you for leadership positions in nongovernmental organizations, public agencies, private industry and academia.
Crop and Soil Sciences
The graduate program in the Department of Crop and Soil Sciences trains students at the master's and doctoral levels and prepares them for careers in extension, academia and industry.
The UGA department of Entomology seeks motivated students interested in an interdisciplinary education in Entomology. The department has three campuses in Georgia – Athens, Tifton, and Griffin – that offer all facilities needed for applied or basic research.
Plant Breeding, Genetics, & Genomics
The Institute for Plant Breeding, Genetics and Genomics offers a Master's degree and a Doctorate of Philosophy in Plant Breeding, Genetics and Genomics. Learn more about these programs on their respective web pages.
With 22 faculty members and over 45 graduate students, the University of Georgia offers one of the largest and most holistic plant pathology graduate programs in the United States. The program includes a wide range of opportunities in areas ranging from applied, field-based research to fundamental, lab-based approaches.