The Master of Science program in Horticulture at Washington State University is a research-based degree that provides students with a comprehensive understanding of horticultural science. This two-year program features a comprehensive curriculum that covers topics such as plant physiology, pest management, breeding and selection, and landscape design principles. Students will also have the opportunity to gain hands-on experience through laboratory work and field projects as they develop their skills in researching, designing, and executing major research projects. Upon completion of the program, graduates will be well-prepared for careers in horticultural industries or academia with excellent opportunities for professional growth and advancement. With the growing demand for high-quality horticultural services, this degree program provides students with an excellent opportunity to make a meaningful contribution to the field while gaining the necessary skills to succeed in the competitive job market.