Master of Science

The Master of Science degree will be conferred upon candidates who have met prescribed requirements, with major study in one of the following fields: agricultural and applied economics, agricultural engineering, animal science, archaeological resource management, artificial intelligence, biochemical engineering, biochemistry and molecular biology, bioinformatics, biological engineering, cellular biology, chemistry, computer science, conservation ecology and sustainable development, crop and soil sciences, dairy science, ecology, entomology, environmental economics, environmental engineering, environmental health, food science, foods and nutrition, foods and nutrition non-thesis, forest resources, genetics, geography, geology, horticulture, housing and consumer economics, housing and consumer economics non-thesis, human development and family science, human development and family science non-thesis, kinesiology, kinesiology non-thesis, marine sciences, microbiology, pharmacy, physics, physics non-thesis, plant biology, plant breeding, genetics and genomics, plant pathology, poultry science, psychology, statistics, textiles, merchandising, and interiors, toxicology, veterinary and biomedical sciences, and veterinary pathology.