The Master of Science in Entomology from Washington State University provides a unique and comprehensive education in the study of insects. This program is designed for those interested in exploring the basic and applied aspects of insect behavior, ecology, physiology, and genetics. Students will have access to advanced laboratory facilities and a strong network of faculty advisors both on-campus and off-campus, allowing them to gain hands-on experience in the field and develop the necessary skills to become successful entomologists. With an emphasis on integrated pest management techniques that prioritize sustainable solutions over chemical treatments, graduates of this program will be highly sought after as experts in environmental preservation and public health-related issues. From developing ways to control disease-carrying insects to finding innovative methods for pest control, graduates of this program will make a lasting impact in their communities while making meaningful contributions towards preserving our environment.