The Master of Science in Plant Pathology at Washington State University is a comprehensive program that provides students with an in-depth understanding of plant diseases and their management. The program features a dynamic curriculum that covers topics such as mycology, virology, etiology, epidemiology, and disease resistance while also giving students the opportunity to gain hands-on experience through research projects and lab courses. Students will have access to world-class facilities for teaching and research as well as the expertise of faculty members who are working on innovative solutions to protect crop and food quality and quantity around the world. Upon graduation, students will be prepared for a variety of career opportunities in academia, industry, government or public service settings. With its interdisciplinary approach, this program is unique among other programs in plant pathology and provides graduates with excellent career prospects and the potential to make a significant impact in the field.