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  • Plant Breeding and Genetics

  • Contact:
  • A159 Plant and Soil Sciences Building
    Plant Breeding and Genetics
    Michigan State University (MSU)
    East Lansing, MI 48824
    United States
    Phone: 517-355-5191 ext. 1324

  • Degrees Granted:
  • Masters, Doctorate

  • Programs offered:
  • On-campus
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  • Description:
  • The Plant Breeding and Genetics (PBG) graduate program is an interdepartmental program at Michigan State University. Our students research agronomic, forest and horticultural species and may choose from a broad array of educational courses. This program was established in 1981 and grants both the master's and doctoral degrees.

    This program is a collaboration between faculty members from the MSU Departments of Crop and Soil Sciences, Forestry, Horticulture, Plant Biology, and Plant Pathology. We offer state-of-the-art laboratory facilities, access to research greenhouses, farms, and specialized equipment on the MSU Campus. Our faculty also compete successfully for internal and external funding for research projects. New students have a high degree of flexibility in selecting a major professor, committee members and a thesis project among this talented group. MSU is particularly known for research, teaching and extension activities in the plant sciences; thus, strong support and resources are available to students in PBG.

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