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Degrees, Minors, and Certificates
Public Health Entomology Certificate
Certificate in Vector Biology & Vector-Borne Disease Response in Human and Animal Systems
Entomology Honors Program
Undergraduate Entomology Course Descriptions
Entomology Student Organizations
Graduate Entomology Course Descriptions
Forensic & Investigative Sciences
What is Forensic and Investigative Sciences?
Law Emphasis (Non-FEPAC Accredited)
Science Emphasis (FEPAC Accredited)
FIVS 484 – Internships
Forensic and Investigative Sciences Awards
FIVS Course Descriptions
Forensic and Investigative Sciences Honors Program
Forensics Student Organizations
Undergraduate Academic Advising
Graduate Student Forum
Mosquito Virus Research
Texas A&M University Insect Collection
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Cattle Fever Tick Information
Texas IPM Program
Youth & 4-H
4H Entomology Contest
Need an Insect Identified?
Potential Asian Giant Hornet Specimen/Photograph Submission Form
I earned my Master’s degree at the University of North Carolina Greensboro, studying the invasion factors of a common honey bee parasite,
. I am joining the Rangel Lab, and plan on studying factoring influencing honey bee health.
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