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CE 766 Building Construction Systems.

CE 771 Advanced Water and Waste Treatment: Principles and Design.

CE 773 Hazardous Waste Management and Treatment.

CE 774 Chemistry and Microbiology for Engineers II.

CE 775 Modeling and Analysis of Environmental Systems.

CE 776 Advanced Water Management Systems.

CE(MEA) 779 Advanced Air Quality.

CE 781 Behavior and Analysis of Ocean Structures.

CE 782 Coastal Hydrodynamics.

CE 783 Design of Coastal Facilities.

CE 784 Ground Water Contaminant Transport.

CE 785 Urban Stormwater Management

CE 790 Advanced Topics in Civil Engineering.

CE 791 Advanced Topics in Civil Engineenng Computing.

CE 792 Advanced Topics in Construction Engineering.

CE 793 Advanced Topics in Geotechnical Engineering.

CE 794 Advanced Topics in Structural Mechanics.

CE 795 Advanced Topics in Transportation Engineenng.

CE 796 Advanced Topics in Water Resources and Environmental Engineenng

CE 801 Civil Engineenng Seminar.

CE 802 Seminar in Civil Engineering Computing.

CE 803 Seminar in Construction Engineenng.

CE 804 Seminar in Geotechnical Engineenng.

CE 805 Seminar in Structural Mechanics.

CE 806 Seminar in Transportation Engineering.

CE 807 Seminar in Water Resources and Environmental Engineenng.

CE 839 Advanced Reading in Civil Engineenng

CE 885 Doctoral Supervised Teaching

CE 890 Doctoral Preliminary Examination.

CE 893 Doctoral Supervised Research


CE 895 Doctoral Dissertation Research.
CE 896 Summer Dissertation Research.
CE 899 Doctoral Dissertation Preparation.

Degrees Offered:

1 Program Title










R. Entman, Head of the Department

Director of Graduate Programs:

W. J. Jordan, Box 8104, 515.9757, [email protected]

Professors: L. R. Camp, R. Entman, W. J. Jordan, L. W. Long, R. L. Schrag; Associate
Professors: D. A. DeJoy, E. T. Funkhouser, V. J. Gallagher, M. Javidi, R. Leonard, B. L. Russell;
Assistant Professors: D. P. Dannels, C. R. Hullett, J. K. Jameson, M. A. Johnson, J. Macoubrie, S.
R. Stein, T. L. Taylor

The Master of Science program in communication is designed to provide graduate-level expertise
for solving problems in modem organizations and social systems from a communication
perspective and addresses issues concerned with interpersonal, relational and technologically
mediated communication systems essential to modem, networked organizations and societies. Its
graduates will acquire advanced-level expertise in communication theory, research and
applications that will improve processes and enhance outcomes within and across diverse social
systems and will prepare them for higher-level managerial positions in their professions.

Admission Requirements: Applicants should have a minimum 3.0 GPA in the undergraduate
major and a minimum of 3.0 over the last 60 hours of undergraduate work.

Master's Degree Requirements: The degree requires 36 credit hours with a minimum of 27
credit hours taken in communication; up to 9 hours may be taken outside of the department with
the approval of the graduate advisor. Students will be required to complete 1 2 hours in
communication theory, 6 hours in communication research methods and 9 hours in applied
communication courses. They will also be required to complete 9 hours as electives to be chosen
from among the first three groups of courses or up to 9 hours of electives may be taken outside the
department with the approval of the graduate advisor.


COM(ENG) 514 History of Rhetoric.

COM(ENG) 516 Rhetorical Criticism: Theory and Practice.

COM 556 Seminar in Organizational Communication.


COM 561 Human Communication Theory.

COM 566 Seminar in Crisis Communication.

COM 598 Special Topics in Communication.

COM 630 Independent Study.

COM 685 Master's Supervised Teaching.

COM 690 Master's Examination.

COM 693 Master's Supervised Research.

Comparative Biomedical Sciences
Degrees Offered:

Program Title







Comparative Biomedical Sciences



Specialized Veterinary Medicine




Director of Graduate Programs:

G. Cole, Box 8401, 513.6220, [email protected]

Burroughs Wellcome Distinguished Professor: J. E. Riviere

Graduate Alumni Distinguished Professor: K. B. Adler, W. A. F. Tompkins

Professors: G. W. Almond, K. L. Anderson, R. A. Argenzio, A. L. Aronson, C. E. Atkins, H. J.
Barnes, E. B. Breitschwerdt, T. T. Brown Jr., C. F. Brownie, S. E. Bunch, P. B. Carter, G. Cole, J.
M. Cullen, E. V. De Buysscher, D. J. DeYoung, L. N. Fleisher, O. J. Fletcher Jr., R. B. Ford, F. J.
Fuller, C. Grindem, J. S. Guy, T. E. Hamm Jr., B. Hammerberg, M. G. Levy, D. H. Ley, D. J.
Meuten, N. A. Monteiro-Riviere, E. J. Noga, N. C. Olson, P. E. Omdorff, W. D. Oxender, L. E.
Perryman, M. C. Roberts, P. L. Sannes, J. E. Smallwood, E. A. Stone, M. K. Stoskopf, L. P. Tate
Jr., C. Teng, D. E. Thrall, M. B. Tompkins; Research Professors: M. C. McGahan; Visiting
Professors: E. A. RmtW, Adjunct Professors: G. R. Burleson, R. L. Cooper, M. W. Dewhirst, J.
Fine, E. Gilboa, J. N. Komegay, J. N. MacCormack, R. R. Maronpot, P. Nettesheim, M. J.
Selgrade, F. Welsch; Professors Emeriti: E. G. Batte, P. J. Bentley, H. A. Berkhoff, L. Coggins,
T. M. Curtin, R. C. Dillman, D. M. Hanson, D. R. Howard, J. K. Magor, D. J. Moncol, J. E.
Newbold, C. E. Stevens; Associate Professors: P. Arasu, S. A. Bai, K. F. Bowman, B. A.
Breuhaus, D. G. Bristol, P. Cowen, M. G. Davidson, L. A. Degemes, R. E. Fish, K. Flammer, J. E.
Gadsby, B. Gilger, E. M. Hardie, E. C. Hawkins, L. C. Hudson, E. Hunt, B. W. Keene, J. F.
Levine, G. A. Lewbart, N. E. Love, M. B. McCaw, R. E. Meyer, M. G. Papich, B. P. Peters, C. L.
Robinette, S. C. Roe, B. Sherry, B. D. Slenning, I. W. Smoak, K. A. Spaulding, C. R. Swanson, S.
L. Tonkonogy, S. L. Vaden, J. Vaillancourt, S. D. Van Camp, D. P. Wages, M. D. Whitacre;
Research Associate Professors: T. L. Goldsworthy, J. M. Horowitz, S. Kennedy-Stoskopf;
Visiting Associate Professors: R. W. Litaker; Adjunct Associate Professors: J. C. Bonner, G. A.
Boorman, B. E. Butterworth, D. Dixon, K. L. Dreher, T. E. Eling, G. A. Enckson, J. Everitt, P. M.
D. Foster, T. R. Fox, M. R. Loomis, P. C. Mann, E. E. McConnell, K. T. Morgan, R. L. Peiffer Jr.,
J. A. Raleigh, J. M. Rhoads, D. C. Richardson, R. J. Smialowicz, C. T. Teng; Assistant
Professors: C. Altier, M. J. Burkhard, M. T. Correa, G. A. Dean, P. W. Farin, S. Y. Gardner, W.


A. Home, H. A. Jackson, M. W. Jackson, S. L. Jones, J. M. Law, D. E. Malarkey, D. J. Marcellin,
K. G. Mathews, A. M. Miles, K. R. Munana, B. Nwadike, T. Olivry, D. M. Ruslander, N. J. H.
Sharp, S. L. Vivrette; Research Assistant Professors: J. B. Allen, R. E. Baynes, A. T. Blikslager,
C. A. Harms, M. L. Hauck, L. D. Martin, C. W. Pitulle; Clinical Assistant Professors: W. R.
Redding; Visiting Assistant Professors: R. V. English, B. D. Hansen, R. Linnehan; Adjunct
Assistant Professors: D. J. Darr, B. J. Davis, D. C. Dorman, H. Jordan, S. H. Randell, R. Regnery,
M. E. Stebbins; Electron Microscopy Director: M. J. Dykstra


Professors: W. J. Croom, Jr., M. A. Qureshi; Professors Emeriti: J. R. Harris; Associate
Professors: J. M. Hinshaw, S. M. Laster, W. E. M. Morrow; Adjunct Associate Professors: R. R.
Miller; Assistant Professors: S. Branch

Course offerings and research topics currently include, but are not limited to: immunology,
cardiology, pharmacokinetics, oncology, toxicology, gastroenterology, neurophysiology,
reproductive physiology, biotechnology, microbiology, aquatic/ wildlife biology, biomedical
engineering, endocrinology, molecular biology, pulmonary biology, epidemiology, population
medicine, health systems monitoring, transplantation and radiology.

Admission Requirements: All applications are reviewed by the Graduate Student Admissions
Committee of the College, composed of faculty members representing each area of the graduate
program. Scores from the GRE are required for admission by all applicants. Candidates who do
not have a DVM degree must have a baccalaureate degree or advanced degree from a college or
university recognized as standard by a regional or general accrediting agency. Students with a 3.0
(on a 4.0 scale) undergraduate or DVM curriculum with appropriate course background will be
considered for admission.

Doctoral Degree Requirements: Credit hour requirements for the Ph.D. degree are determined
by the graduate student's committee with approval of the Director of Graduate Programs and the
Graduate School.

Student Financial Support: Research assistantships are awarded to qualified candidates on the
competitive basis by the College. These are for 12-month periods, and stipends are competitive
with those of other programs. These positions are funded by the grants of individual faculty
members and the state appropriations to the College and departments.

Other Relevant Information: The program is organized across traditional departmental lines as
areas of concentration which include: cell biology/morphology, epidemiology/ population
medicine, microbiology, pathology and pharmacology. These provide extensive interdisciplinary
training and maintain a highly effective liaison with graduate programs in other schools of the
university, as well as those of nearby Duke University and the University of North Carolina at
Chapel Hill.


CBS(BAE) 522 Mechanics of Biological Materials.
CBS(ANS,PHY,ZO) 602 Seminar in Biology of Reproduction.
CBS 610 Special Topics.
CBS 685 Master's Supervised Teaching.


CBS 690 Master's Examination.

CBS 693 Master's Supervised Research.

CBS 695 Master's Thesis Research.

CBS 696 Summer Thesis Research.

CBS 699 Master's Thesis Preparation,

CBS 730 Vetennar>' Histology.

CBS 731 Applied Veterinary Anatomy 1.

CBS 732 Electron Microscopy in Veterinary Medicine.

CBS 740 Research Animal Care and Use.

CBS 742 Advanced Systemic Histopathology.

CBS 743 Toxicologic Pathology I.

CBS 751 Pathogenic Bactenology and Mycology.

CBS 752 Diagnostic Bactenology and Mycology.

CBS 753 Veterinary Immunology.

CBS 754 Principles of Analytical Epidemiology.

CBS(IMM) 755 Immunoparasitology.

CBS{1MM,MB,PHY,P0) 756 Immunogenetics.

CBS 762 Principles of Pharmacology.

CBS(ANS,NTR,PHY) 764 Comparative Physiology of the Digestive System.

CBS 770 Cell Biology.

CBS 773 Advanced Developmental Biology

CBS 774 Epidemiology of Infectious Diseases of International Importance.

CBS 780 Vetennary Production Epidemiology.

CBS 782 Marine Mammal Medicine.

CBS(MB) 783 Advanced Immunology.

CBS 785 Advanced Pharmacology.

CBS 787 Pharmacokinetics.

CBS 790 Special Topics in Clinical Pathology.

CBS(ANS,PHY,ZO) 802 Seminar in Biology of Reproduction.

CBS 803 Seminar in Surgical Pathology.

CBS 804 Seminar in Necropsy Pathology.

CBS 805 Seminar in Pharmacology.

CBS 806 Seminar in Cell Biology.

CBS(IMM) 807 Seminar in Veterinary Microbiology/ Immunology.

CBS 810 Special Topics.

CBS 812 Special Topics in Pathology.

CBS 813 Special Topics in Laboratory Pharmacology.

CBS 815 Advanced Topics in Virology.

CBS(IMM) 816 Advanced Topics in Immunology and Biotechnology

CBS 817 Advanced Topics in Zoological Medicine I.

CBS 818 Advanced Topics in Zoological Medicine II.

CBS 860 Instrumentation in Pharmacological Research.

CBS 861 Bacterial Pathogenic Mechanisms

CBS 862 Professional Conduct in Biomedical Research.

CBS 885 Doctoral Supervised Teaching.

CBS 890 Doctoral Preliminary Examination.

CBS 893 Doctoral Supervised Research.

CBS 895 Doctoral Dissertation Research.

CBS 896 Summer Dissertation Research

CBS 899 Doctoral Dissertation Preparation.

Computer Engineering

For a listing of graduate faculty and program information, see electrical and computer engineering.


Computer Networking

Degrees Offered:

Program Title







Computer Networking



Director of Graduate Programs:

E. W. Davis Jr., Box 8206, 515.7045, [email protected], Computer Science

R. T. Kuehn, Box 7911, 515.5090, [email protected] Electrical and Computer Engineering

Distinguished University Professor: M. A. Rappa

Professors: S. H. Barr, W. Chou, G. W. Dickson, P. D. Franzon, T. K. Miller 111, A. A. J. Nilsson.
H. G. Perros, W. E. Snyder, K. Tai, J. K. Townsend, H. J. Trussell, M. A. V. Vouk; Associate
Professors: D. L. Baumer, C. C. Bozarth, S. N. Chapman, M. Chow, T. M. Conte, B. L. Hughes,
D. S. Reeves, G. N. Rouskas, M. P. Singh, 1. Viniotis; Assistant Professors: A. I. Anton, J. B.
Earp, V. E. Jones, J. K. McCreery, F. C. Payton, 1. Rhee, P. R. Wurman


Professors: W. J. Stewart

The Master of Science in computer networking may be earned through the M.S. with thesis option
or through the non-thesis option. Either option may be used as preparation for further graduate
study or employment in industrial research, development or design environment, although students
planning to continue on for a Ph.D. should discuss the option selected with their advisors.

Admission Requirements: Students may apply for admission through either the Department of
Computer Science or the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, and admissions
criteria will adhere to those currently in place for the existing M.S. programs in those departments.

Master's Degree Requirements: Computer networking core courses constitute 9 of the 30
minimum credit hours. Students take 12 additional credit hours of computer networking courses
from one of four currently defined technical concentration areas: network design, network
hardware, network software or distributed computing. The remaining 9 credit hours may be taken
from an approved management concentration sequence, as additional courses in the computer
networking technical concentration or as 6 hours of thesis and 3 credit hours from the list of
approved computer networking courses. At least 6 of the 30 credits must come from the 700 level,
and non-letter graded courses such as individual studies courses may account for a maximum of 3
credit hours.



CSC(ECE) 570 Computer Networks.

CEC(ECE) 579 Computer Pertbmiance Modeling.

BUS 5xx Technology Management.

Computer Science
Degrees Offered:

Program Title







Computer Science





A. L. Tharp, Head of the Department

Director of Graduate Programs:

E. W. Davis Jr., Box 8206, 515.7045, [email protected]

Distinguished University Research Professor: D. L. Bitzer

Professors: W. Chou, E. W. Davis Jr., R. J. Fomaro, R. E. Funderlic, D. F. McAllister, H. G.
Perros, C. D. Savage, W. J. Stewart, K. Tai, A. L. Tharp, M. A. V. Vouk; Adjunct Professors: R.
J. Plemmons; Professors Emeriti: D. C. Martin, W. E. Robbins; Associate Professors: D. R.
Bahler, R. A. Dwyer, E. F. Gehringer, T. L. Honeycutt, S. P. Iyer, J. C. Lester, D. S. Reeves, R. D.
Rodman, G. N. Rouskas, M. P. Singh, M. F. M. Stallmann; Adjunct Associate Professors: W. R.
Cleaveland II; Assistant Professors: A. I. Anton, C. G. Healey, V. E. Jones, W. Lee, I. Rhee, J. G.
Rossie Jr., R. A. St. Amant, P. R. Wurman, R. M. Young; Adjunct Assistant Professors: M.
Aparicio IV, G. Q. Kenney, L. A. Williams, A. O. Zaghloul; Assistant Professors Emeriti: J. W.
Hanson, N. F. Williamson


Professors: E. L. Kaltofen, C. D. Meyer, Jr., T. K. Miller, III, W. E. Snyder; Associate
Professors: J. W. Baugh, Jr., J. S. Scroggs, I. Viniotis; Assistant Professors: G. Lazzi

The Department of Computer Science is changing rapidly to become a leader in the netvvorked
world. Recent developments include adding fourteen tenure-track faculty, six of whom received
NSF CAREER development awards. Total research expenditures have tripled and graduate
enrollments have climbed above 200 students. The faculty has broad-ranging research interests.

Admission Requirements: Successful applicants have an accredited baccalaureate degree with a
B average, including computer science course work at least equivalent to a minor. Applicants must
submit scores for the GRE General Tests and GRE Computer Science Subject Test. [Exception:


Applicants for the Master of Computer Science curriculum who do not desire financial aid may
omit the Subject Test.]

Master's Degree Requirements: The M.S. requires two core courses and thesis research
(typically six credits). The advisory committee may waive the thesis requirement for students who
pass the Ph.D. written preliminary examination and complete specified course work in lieu of
research. The Master of Computer Science (M.C.S.) is a terminal professional degree granted
upon successful completion of 30 hours of course work, including three courses from the core list:
CSC 501, CSC 505, CSC 506 and CSC 707.

Doctoral Degree Requirements: Ph.D. students normally complete 72 semester hours of post-
baccalaureate course work. They must also complete core course work in three broad areas
(theoretical foundations, software systems and architecture), individualized in-depth written and
oral preliminary examinations, and a public defense of a dissertation describing substantial
original, independent scholarly work.

Student Financial Support: A unique asset is the department's Industrial Assistantship Program,
under which graduate students perform part-time work at local firms. During 1999-2000
approximately 85 students held traditional teaching and research assistantships. Outstanding
candidates may receive fellowships or be employed at lecturers.

Other Relevant Information: Graduates at all levels are highly respected and well paid locally
and elsewhere. Many M.S. and M.C.S. graduates begin or continue careers performing and
supervising advanced software development in and around the Research Triangle Park. Many
recent Ph.D.s assumed positions of technical leadership in well-known large companies or
assumed tenure-track faculty positions.


CSC 501 Operating Systems Pnnciples.

CSC 505 Design and Analysis of Algonthms.

CSC{ECE) 506 Architecture of Parallel Computers.

CSC{ECE) 510 Software Engineering.

CSC 512 Compiler Construction.

CSC 513 Electronic Commerce Technology.

CSC(ECE) 517 Object-oriented Languages and Systems

CSC 520 Artificial Intelligence 1.

CSC 523 Computational Linguistics.

CSC 530 Computational Methods for Molecular Biology.

CSC 540 Database Management Concepts and Systems.

CSC 541 Advanced Data Structures.

CSC(IE) 546 Management Decision and Control Systems.

CSC 550 Computer Graphics.

CSC 554 Human-Computer Interaction.

CSC(IE) 556 Voice Input/Output Communication Systems.

CSC 557 Multimedia Computing and Networking.

CSC(MA,OR) 565 Graph Theory.

CSC(ECE) 570 Computer Networks.

CSC(ECE) 572 Introduction to Computer Communications.

CSC(ECE) 573 Internetwork Protocols and Architectures.

CSC 575 Network Security.

CSC(ECE) 576 Telecommunications Systems Engineenng.

CSC(ECE,OR) 579 Introduction to Computer Performance Modeling.

CSC(MA) 580 Numencal Analysis 1.

CSC 591 Special Topics in Computer Science.


CSC 600 Computer Science Graduate Onentation.

CSC 630 Individual Study in Computer Science.

CSC 685 Master's Supervised Teaching,

CSC 690 Master's Examination

CSC 693 Master's Supervised Research

CSC 695 Master's Thesis Research.

CSC 696 Summer Thesis Research

CSC 699 Master's Thesis Preparation,

CSC 707 Automata, Languages and Computabihty Theory.

CSC 714 Real Time Computer Systems.

CSC 715 Concurrent Software Systems

CSC 720 Artificial Intelligence II.

CSC 723 Computational Semantics,

CSC 725 Intelligent Multimedia Systems.

CSC 742 Database Management Systems.

CSC(ECE) 748 Parallel Processing.

CSC(IE) 756 Advances in Voice Input/output Communications Systems.

CSC(OR,IE) 762 Computer Simulation Techniques.

CSC(ECE) 776 Performance Evaluation of Computer Networks.

CSC(ECE) 777 Telecommunications Network Design.

CSC(ECE) 779 Advanced Computer Performance Modeling.

CSC(MA) 780 Numencal Analysis II.

CSC(MA) 783 Parallel Algorithms and Scientific Computation.

CSC 791 Advanced Topics in Computer Science.

CSC 830 Advanced Individual Study in Computer Science.

CSC 885 Doctoral Supervised Teaching.

CSC 890 Doctoral Preliminary E.xamination.

CSC 893 Doctoral Supervised Research.

CSC 895 Doctoral Dissertation Research.

CSC 896 Summer Dissertation Research.

CSC 899 Doctoral Dissertation Preparation.

Counselor Education

For a listing of graduate faculty and program information, see educational research, leadership and
counselor education.

Crop Science
Degrees Offered:

Program Title







Crop Science





H. T. Stalker Jr., Head of the Department

Director of Graduate Programs:

D. A. Danehower, Box 7620, 515.3667, [email protected]

Distinguished University Professor and William Neal Reynolds Professor: M. M. Goodman


Philip Morris Professor: G. F. Peedin

William Neal Reynolds Professor: E. A. Wemsman

Professors: D. T. Bowman, A. H. Bruneau, F. T. Corbin, E. J. Dunphy, J. T. Green Jr., T. G.
Isleib, H. M. Linker, R. C. Long, J. P. Mueller, J. P. Murphy, R. P. Patterson, C. H. Peacock, R. C.
Rufty, T. W. Rufty Jr., W. D. Smith, H. T. Stalker Jr., J. B. Weber, W. W. Weeks, A. K.
Weissinger, R. Wells, G. G. Wilkerson, J. C. Wynne, A. C. York; Professors (USDA): J. C.
Bums, J. W. Burton, T. E. Carter Jr., E. L. Fiscus, S. C. Huber, J. E. Miller, R. F. Wilson;
Professors Emeriti: C. A. Brim, B. E. Caldwell, D. S. Chamblee, J. F. Chaplin, H. D. Coble, W.
K. Collins, W, A. Cope, D. A. Emery, W. T. Fike Jr., D. U. Gerstel, H. D. Gross, G. R. Gwynn, P.
H. Harvey, G. L. Jones, J. A. Lee, W. M. Lewis, D. E. Moreland, H. Seltmann, G. A. Sullivan, D.
L. Thompson, D. H. Timothy, J. A. Weybrew, A. D. Worsham; Associate Professors: D. C.
Bowman, R. J. Cooper, D. A. Danehower, R. E. Dewey, K. L. Edmisten, G. P. Fenner, S. H. Kay,
R. D. Keys, V. A. Sisson, J. F. Spears, J. W. Wilcut; Associate Professors (USDA): K. O. Burkey,
P. Kwanyuen, D. P. Livingston III; Assistant Professors: R. W. Heiniger, D. L. Jordan, J.
Luginbuhl, R. Qu, P. R. Weisz, F. H. Yelverton; Assistant Professors (USDA): J. B. Holland


Professors: W. F. Thompson

The Department of Crop Science offers programs of study leading to the Master of Crop Science
(M.C.S.), Master of Science (M.S.) and Doctorate of Philosophy (Ph.D.) degrees. The M.S. and
Ph.D. programs are based upon original research while the M.C.S degree is a non-thesis degree
program. Areas of study in the department include plant breeding, genetics and molecular biology;
crop production, management, chemistry and physiology; sustainable agriculture and agro-
ecology; turf grass management and science; integrated pest management, weed science and crop

Excellent facilities for graduate education are available, including wet and dry labs for preparation
and analysis of plant and soil samples, cold storage facilities, greenhouses, controlled
environmental chambers, computing facilities and the Southeastern Plant Enviroimient
Laboratories (Phytotron) for highly controlled plant environmental research. Agriculturally, North
Carolina has a wide array of environments and soils for field research. This includes the sandy
coastal plains and black lands of eastern NC, the central Piedmont with its clay soils, and the
mountains of NC with their unique environments and soils. University and State research stations
are located strategically throughout each of these regions and are widely used for field research.

Crop Science programs also benefit from strong cooperative ties with other departments and
institutions. Graduate students in Crop Science work cooperatively with and/or obtain instruction
in the Departments of Animal Science, Biochemistry, Botany, Chemistry, Computer Science,
Entomology, Horticultural Science, Genetics, Mathematics, Microbiology, Plant Pathology, Soil
Science and Statistics. Cooperative efforts link our programs with faculty at a number of land
grant and international universities as well as with leaders in agribusiness and environmental

Admissions Requirements: Prospective students should be graduates of an accredited university

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