Master of Science in Bioagricultural Sciences
The Master of Science in Bioagricultural Sciences program conducts research focused on plant stresses, microbes, insects, and weeds that threaten the safety and sustainability of our food supply.
Areas of study include: biology and management of invasive species, ecology and biodiversity, entomology, genomics and molecular biology, integrated pest management, pest management, plant pathology, and weed science.
Where You’ll Find Us
C. P. Gillette Museum of Arthropod Diversity
Our collection represents most orders of insects with a strong coverage of Rocky Mountain and southwestern species.
- Climate change
- Ecosystem health
- 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