Agriculture M.Ag. Degree Plan
(36 credit hours)
This degree requires a minimum of 36 semester credit hours of graduate work, including 27-36 semester credit hours in Agriculture Department courses (with at least 3 hours in each of the following areas: Animal Science, Food Science, Range & Wildlife Management, Ag Leadership and Agriculture Economics) and 0-9 semester credit hours in supporting electives.
The specific courses required for agriculture majors will be determined by your advisory committee. An internship/experiential leaning project must be approved by the advisory committee and the graduate dean.
All graduate students are expected to successfully pass a comprehensive oral exam at the end of their graduate work.