Are you interested in crop science, horticulture, landscape architecture, plant breeding, plant molecular genetics, or weed science?
The Department of Plant Sciences provides graduate level educational and research opportunities, led by the Herbert College of Agriculture, for students interested in a range of concentrations.
We are very happy that you have chosen to pursue an advanced degree with us and look forward to working with you over the next few years. I am confident that most of you will be able to look back on this experience as one of the more enjoyable and exciting times of your life.
Please do not hesitate to contact your advisor, a faculty member, Graduate Coordinator Bill Klingeman, Administrative Assistant for Student Records Sandy Kitts, or me if you have any questions, need guidance, or have suggestions. We welcome input on ways to strengthen this experience for future students. I have an open door policy. My office is in Room 358 Plant Biotechnology Building.
Professor and Department Head
Graduate students conduct research under the guidance of a professor. Meet Plant Sciences faculty and discover their areas of research and programming.
The Graduate Student Association promotes fellowship among upper level Plant Sciences students.
The Plant Biotechnology Building provides excellent laboratory spaces and facilities for a range of your research, including a world class Omics Hub.
UT Institute of Agriculture Greenhouses have recently received major renovation and expansion that has increased capabilities for your work.
UT Gardens provides excellent training, education, and research opportunities for you.
Master of Landscape Architecture degrees are offered through an intercollegiate partnership.
Plant Sciences Graduate Student Resources
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