The Master of Science in Plant Biology at Washington State University is a cutting-edge program that provides students with an advanced understanding of the biology of plants. This two-year program offers courses on topics such as plant physiology, ecology, evolution, systematics, and molecular biology. Students will gain hands-on experience through laboratory work where they can apply their knowledge to explore research questions related to plant genetics or biochemistry. Graduates from this program can pursue careers in industry, research labs, or academia and have the opportunity to make meaningful contributions to a wide range of fields including environmental conservation, food security, habitat restoration and sustainable agriculture. With a strong network of alumni and partnerships with various organizations, this program provides students with excellent career prospects and opportunities for professional growth.