LSU offers the MS and PhD in Plant Pathology and Crop Physiology with opportunities for specialization in plant pathology or crop physiology. The MS program in plant pathology requires 30 credit hours of coursework and research credit, while the crop physiology option requires 31 credit hours. A non-thesis option in plant pathology requires 36 credit hours of coursework. The PhD program in plant pathology requires a minimum of 59 credit hours of coursework and research credits, while the program in crop physiology requires 55 credit hours. The PhD program in each area of specialization also requires a qualifying examination, general examination, and final defense of the dissertation.
The Plant Pathology and Crop Physiology program is offered at Louisiana State University.
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