The Graduate Program in Entomology trains Master of Science students at an advanced level in areas of biological science that address issues related to all aspects of the study of insects.
Learning Goal 1 for Students: Attain mastery of the essential aspects of practice and research in the field of entomology
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Learning Goal 2a for Students: Engage in and conduct original research (for Master's degrees with thesis)
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Learning Goal 2b for Students: Develop proficiency in entomology (for Master's degrees without thesis)
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Learning Goal 3 for Students: Prepare to be professionals in entomology
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The leadership of the Entomology graduate program will regularly review the structure and content of the program and the feedback received from assessments and surveys. These reviews will be used to provide the best possible education to students that meet current needs for professionals in entomology.
Adopted February 1, 2008.