The Master of Science in Agriculture - Plant Health Management program at Washington State University is an innovative and interdisciplinary degree option that combines the fundamentals of plant science with business coursework in organizational management. This 2-year program provides students with a comprehensive education in topics such as plant pathology, entomology, weed science, soil science, and environmental factors that affect plant health. Students will gain hands-on experience through laboratory work where they can apply their knowledge to solve real-world problems related to plant health management. They will also develop essential skills for managing large agricultural or horticultural operations while networking with industry partners through optional internships and regional research and extension centers. With a unique emphasis on modern, scientifically sound methods, graduates from this program are well prepared to make a positive impact in the field and have excellent career prospects in both industry and research settings.