Kentucky 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!
- Lexington, KYLexington, KY
University of Kentucky
The department engages in basic and applied research in plant-microbe interactions, especially at the levels of molecular biology, genetics, and biochemistry. The department is particularly well known for research in areas of plant virology and fungal m...
- Lexington, KY