Master of Plant Protection and Pest Management (M.P.P.P.M.)

The Master of Plant Protection and Pest Management degree is an interdisciplinary degree program designed to produce graduates with comprehensive, multidisciplinary training in entomology, plant pathology and weed science for employment by industry, Extension and regulatory agencies. Graduates are proficient in solving pest management problems encountered by growers and other agricultural professionals with special emphasis on integrated pest management principles. MPPPM graduates are trained for employment as IPM professionals in the pest control industry, pesticide and fertilizer services, Cooperative Extension, and regulatory agencies.

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Pamela Henry

Pamela Henry

Program Coordinator III

Griffin Campus