Washington State University’s Integrated Plant Sciences degree program provides students with an exciting depth and breadth of knowledge that crosses a variety of plant science disciplines, including crop and soil sciences, horticulture, entomology, plant pathology, and food science. Students may choose from six majors highly sought by employers nation-wide. Students will learn the science and technology used to optimize plant life from molecule to market.
Admission to the Major
Following admission to WSU, a student may be admitted to an Integrated Plant Sciences major in the College of Agricultural, Human, and Natural Resource Sciences upon making their intention known to the department. This will typically happen during orientation events.
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