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The Plant and Environmental Sciences (PES) Graduate Program offers areas of study that lead to two graduate degrees: The Master of Science degree (M.S.) and the Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) degree. Areas of specialization within PES include Agronomy, Crop Improvement, Crop Physiology, Horticulture, Integrated Pest Management, Microbial Ecology, Plant Breeding, Plant Nutrient Management, Plant Physiology, Soil Science, Sustainable Agriculture, Turfgrass Science, and Weed Science.
Students with Baccalaureate degrees in Agronomy, Biology, Chemistry, Horticulture, Physics, Plant Sciences, Soil Sciences, or other related disciplines are welcome to pursue their graduate studies in PES at Clemson.
The M.S. and Ph.D. degrees require a thesis and dissertation, respectively. The non-thesis M.S.
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You must hold at least a bachelor’s degree from an approved institution whose scholastic rating is satisfactory to the University, or an equivalent degree from an institution outside the U.S. operating under the Bologna process whose scholastic rating is satisfactory to the University, to be admitted to the Graduate School.
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