Degree Programs

We began offering distance education courses in 2008. Today, we offer both thesis and non-thesis degrees in various fields of study.  Check out the links below to learn more about how our graduate degree programs can give you the knowledge and skills to advance your professional and academic career.

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Crop, Soil and Environmental Sciences

Photo of a tractor moving through a corn fieldMaster of Science, Master of Agriculture

Our distance education graduate degree in Crop, Soil and Environmental Sciences is a 30 credit hour program based on a customized curriculum you develop with your major professor. Based on your professional goals, you will choose among courses in soil science, environmental science, crop science, weed science, entomology, and plant pathology. 

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Certificate Programs

A certificate or professional certification can deepen your expertise while advancing your career.

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PLEASE NOTE: The Graduate Tuition Fellowship does not pay for courses for which a distance education fee is charged. Please see Guidelines for Graduate Tuition Fellowships.