Master of Science in Agriculture
The Master of Science in Agriculture program, offered by the College of Agricultural, Human, and Natural Resource Sciences (CAHNRS). The M.S. in Agriculture degree is completely web-based and gives practitioners the opportunity to further their education while they continue employment anywhere in the world.
Offered through the cooperation of a variety of academic units in CAHNRS as well as WSU’s Research and Extension Centers, the M.S. in Agriculture program is truly interdisciplinary. The program’s outstanding faculty include experts in Animal Science, Economic Sciences, Food Science, Crop and Soil Sciences, Horticulture and Landscape Architecture, Entomology, Plant Pathology, and more. Students have the opportunity to direct their learning experience and tailor their coursework to help them meet their professional goals.
Courses for the Master of Science in Agriculture
The MS in Agriculture approved courses and available course offerings have been posted for 2013-2014. Check them out here »
MS in Agriculture Handbook & Bylaws
The MS in Agriculture Student Handbook has pertinent information about the program of study requirements, annual reivew, and definitions of common terminology. It is an excellent resource for current and prospective students. Download the MS in Agriculture Handbook.
The MS in Agriculture Bylaws include information about the learning objectives and governance of the program. It also includes an extensive list of faculty that are involved with the MS in Agriculture program. Download the MS in Agriculture Bylaws.
Introducing a New Option in the MS in Agriculture Program!
Check out the M.S. in Agriculture: Food Science and Management Option
If you are or plan on registering for Food Science courses at the University of Idaho, please follow the University of Idaho Cooperative Course Registration Instructions
Interested in the Graduate Certificate in Sustainable Agriculture?
If you are interested in the Graduate Certificate in Sustainable Agriculture please visit Graduate Certificate in Sustainable Agriculture page.