Campus Masters of Botany and Plant Science Programs in Alabama
Alabama Campus Master Degrees in Botany & Plant Science
While studying for a masters degree in botany, you will likely take courses such as plant classification, biology of fungi, plant anatomy, biotechnology in agriculture and more. Some programs allow you to choose a specialty area as well!
The M.Ag. (non-thesis) and M.S. programs in Plant Pathology provide training in the recognition and management of diseases of plants, and on pathogen biology, as preparation for a career in plant-related industries or advanced studies.
The MS degree in agronomy may emphasize crop science, weed science, and crop breeding and genetics. The Ph.D. is offered in three general areas: crop breeding and genetics, crop physiology and management, and soil-plant relationships.