The Master of Science in Crop Science at Washington State University is an innovative program that provides students with a comprehensive understanding of crop production and management. The curriculum focuses on the major topics of plant breeding, genetics, agronomy, soil science, and horticulture. Students will gain hands-on experience through laboratory courses and field projects, allowing them to apply their knowledge to real-world problems related to crop production and management. Upon completion, graduates of this program will be well-prepared to pursue a career as a crop scientist or agricultural extension agent in areas such as research, education, or production agriculture. With the global demand for food increasing year over year, this program provides students with the unique opportunity to make meaningful contributions towards improving food security worldwide.