Soil and Crop Sciences can prepare you for a challenging career in many areas including: soil and crop management, plant breeding and genetics, seed science, environmental soil science, soil resources and conservation, and ecosystem management.
Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Soil and Crop Sciences
Areas of Study
- Crop science
- Plant biotechnology, genetics, and breeding
- Soil science
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