United States Doctorates and PhDs in Agricultural Science
After pursuing a PhD in agricultural science, graduates could look into careers as crop research technicians, soil testing technicians, seed analysts and more. Many of these jobs are based in research, management, academia and consulting.
- Columbus, OHColumbus, OH
Ohio State University
Research in -soil physics -soil management -soil chemistry -soil microbiologyand biochemistry -soil genesis and classification -soil mineralogy -soil fertility -soil ecology -soil conservation Impact: -environmental quality -sustainable a...
- Columbus, OH
- Carbondale, ILCarbondale, IL
Southern Illinois University - Carbondale
- Saint Paul, MNSaint Paul, MN
University of Minnesota
The student, working with her/his adviser and committee, can create an integrative program combining the common curriculum with a breadth of courses from several disciplines or areas including plant breeding at the organismal level, genetics and plant b...
- College Park, MDCollege Park, MD
University of Maryland - College Park
- Bozeman, MTBozeman, MT
Montana State University - Bozeman
- Fargo, NDFargo, ND
North Dakota State University
- Las Cruces, NMLas Cruces, NM
New Mexico State University
The student may emphasize either crop science, soil science, general agronomy, or horticulture. The crop science section places special emphasis on the genetics and improvement of cotton, alfalfa, plant and crop physiology, crop production, and genetic...
- Lincoln, NELincoln, NE
University of Nebraska - Lincoln
Agronomy is the application of plant and soil science to crop production. Horticulture is the science and art of cultivating fruits, vegetables, flowers, and ornamental plants. The Department's pride is its excellent teaching, research, and extension pr...
- Lincoln, NE
- College Station, TXCollege Station, TX
Texas A&M University
Graduate program horticultural crops with majors in Horticulture, Floriculture, , Genetics, Plant Breeding. Research into the culture, production, breeding, genetics, processing, post-harvest physiology of fruit, vegetable and ornamental crops.
- College Station, TX
- Manhattan, KSManhattan, KS
Kansas State University
Grain science faculty collaborate with the scientists at the USDA Grain Marketing Research Laboratories and the American Institute of Baking and there are graduate programs that are collaborative with those laboratories. Modern teaching and research fac...
- Manhattan, KS
- West Lafayette, INWest Lafayette, IN
Purdue Agronomy connects you with: Internationally recognized faculty and research programs at a Big Ten university; Independent and original research opportunities that lead to M.S. and Ph.D. degrees; An interdisciplinary environment for research and l...
- West Lafayette, IN
- University Park, PAUniversity Park, PA
Pennsylvania State University
The Department of Horticulture offers Master of Agriculture (M.Agr.), Master of Science (M.S.), and Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) degrees in Horticulture. Students may specialize in genetics, plant breeding, molecular biology, plant physiology, plant nut...
- University Park, PA
- Davis, CADavis, CA
University of California - Davis
Contemporary studies in Soil Science include examination of: pesticide and trace element adsorption on surfaces, mineral weathering; fate and transport of native and applied chemicals;soil microbiology ecology; nutrient uptake and management; nutrient c...
- Columbia, ALColumbia, AL
University of Missouri - Columbia
- Riverside, CARiverside, CA
University of California - Riverside
The Graduate Genetics Group (GGG) at the University of California, Riverside, offers a Ph.D. program with research opportunities in all major discipli...
- Athens, GAAthens, GA
University of Georgia
Prospective students can choose among the major commodity areas of fruit crops, vegetable crops, ornamentals, and floriculture. Within the major commodities, specialization is available in environmental conservation, plant physiology, post-har...
- Moscow, IDMoscow, ID
University of Idaho
The Plant, Soil and Entomological Sciences Department at the University of Idaho is large and diverse, with 60 faculty members organized into four divisions: Entomology, Plant Pathology, Plant Science, and Soil Science. All four divisions conduct teachi...