The Bachelor of Science in Integrated Plant Sciences at Washington State University is a comprehensive four-year program designed to provide students with an interdisciplinary education in the biology, ecology, and management of crop and horticultural plants. The program features a wide range of courses such as plant genetics, molecular biology, plant pathology, soil science, entomology, biochemistry, agricultural economics, and sustainable production practices. Students will also have the opportunity to gain hands-on experience through laboratory work and various projects covering topics like pest management strategies or crop improvement techniques. Upon graduation from this program, graduates will be well-prepared for careers in industry or academia focusing on research and development for plant sciences related fields. With excellent career prospects and the potential to make meaningful contributions towards food security and global sustainability initiatives, this degree provides students with a unique opportunity to shape the future of integrated plant sciences.