Doctor of Philosophy in Bioagricultural Sciences
The Doctor of Philosophy in Bioagricultural Sciences program conducts research in plant abiotic stress or the microbes, insects, and weeds that threaten the safety and sustainability of our food supply. Learn how ecosystems function and how to protect them.
Where You’ll Find Us
Agricultural Research & Development Center
Work directly with crops and livestock at this research and teaching complex — one of nine around the state.
Our Bioagricultural Science Graduate Programs will return to the Nutrien Building when it opens the spring of 2022.
Bug Zoo and Community Outreach
Volunteer with this traveling exhibit to introduce K-12 students to 30+ species of arachnids, insects and other arthropods.
- Agricultural Biologist & Engineer
- Agricultural Science Research Technician
- Insect Molecular Biologist
- Research Agronomist
- Research Biologist
- Research Entomologist
- Research Plant Pathologist
- Social Science Specialist
For more information, contact Giovanni Tolentino, Graduate Student Coordinator for the Agricultural Biology Graduate Programs.