Grad Program Profile

Graduate Program


There are 59 graduate students, including 19 in the Master in Plant Health Management (Plant Pathology and Entomology), currently in our program.

About 2/3 of the graduate students are in Wooster and 1/3 in Columbus, reflecting the number of faculty on each campus. Many courses and most department seminars are offered by videolink in both Columbus and Wooster. Sometimes, students whose faculty advisors are located in Wooster may take some coursework in Columbus and either relocate for a period of time or commute/carpool for specific courses; each individual situation varies.  About 2/3 of the Master in Plant Health Management students are pursuing their degrees part-time; many are taking advantage of distance and online course options.

  Alma maters (bachelors, masters degrees) of our graduate students

The Ohio State University College of Wooster, Ohio Oberlin College, Ohio Ohio University John Carroll University, Ohio
State Univ of NY, Geneseo Cornell Univ, NY Penn State Indiana Univ, Southeast Univ of Georgia
Univ of California, Davis Univ of Maryland-Baltimore County Concordia College, Minnesota Emory Univ Univ of Puerto Rico
Humboldt State Univ, California Washington State Univ of Minnesota Univ of the Philippines, Los Banos Seoul National Univ, Korea
Northwest Agricultural and Forestry Univ, China China Agricultural Univ Hainan University, China Shenyang Agricultural Univ, China Comunera Univ and National Univ of Asunción, Paraguay
University of Guyana Zamorano Pan-American Agricultural School of Agriculture, Honduras Universidad Federal de Vicosa, Brazil Univ. Estadual do Centro-Oeste, Brazil Ponta Grossa State Univ, Brazil
McGill Univ, Canada Univ of Angers, France Univ of Montpelier II, France University of Dar es Salaam, Tanzania Sokoine Univ, Tanzania
Khulna Univ, Bangladesh ShereBangla Agricultural Univ, Dhaka, Bangladesh Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman Agric Univ, Bangladesh Kasetsart Univ,