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Master of Science in Bioagricultural Sciences, Plan B – Pest Management Specialization

The Master of Science in Bioagricultural Sciences Pest Management Specialization program is designed to gain hands-on experience in managing sustaining our food and fiber supply, providing bioagricultural security, and protecting our ecosystems from pests, plant diseases, and weeds.

Biologists with degrees in Pest Management work to sustain our food and fiber supply, provide bioagricultural security, and protect our natural ecosystems from pests, plant diseases, and weeds.

Visit the CSU Graduate School website to learn more about the program. 

Where You’ll Find Us


Agricultural Research and Development Center

Work directly with crops and livestock at this research and teaching complex — one of ten around the state.

Learn More about ARDEC

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C. P. Gillette Museum of Arthropod Diversity

Our collection represents most orders of insects with a strong coverage of Rocky Mountain and southwestern species.

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Plant Growth Facilities

Plant Growth Facilities are an Institutional Core Research Facility, managed by the Agriculture Experiment Station. 

Learn more about the Plant Growth Facilities.


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Related Interests

  • Agriculture
  • Biology
  • Climate change
  • Ecosystem health
  • Entomology
  • Microbiology
  • Plants
  • Weeds
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Related Careers

  • Agricultural Biologist & Engineer
  • Agricultural Biosecurity Inspector
  • Agricultural Science Research Technician
  • Crop Scout
  • Food Production
  • Insect Molecular Biologist
  • Integrated Pest Management Specialist
  • Pesticide Safety Educator
  • Research Biologist
  • Research Entomologist
  • Research Equipment or Agricultural Sales Representative
  • Research Plant Pathologist
  • Research Weed Scientist
  • Weed Manager
Sarah Ehrlich

Department Advisor

Sarah Ehrlich