The M.S. in Agriculture program at Washington State University is an innovative and interdisciplinary program designed to strengthen practitioners' and professionals' knowledge and skills in areas related to agriculture. This two-year master's degree combines classroom instruction with practical, hands-on experience to provide students with a comprehensive education in topics such as crop production, animal science, food science, horticulture, entomology, landscape architecture, plant pathology, and economic sciences. The program also offers students the unique opportunity to customize their coursework to meet their individual goals or career aspirations by working with an advising committee. With access to high-caliber faculty from various disciplines and a growing demand for agriculture professionals around the world, graduates of this program will be well-equipped for successful careers in the agricultural sciences.