The Department of Entomology offers the Master of Science and the Doctor of Philosophy degrees in Entomology with academic education and research training leading to thesis and dissertation projects, respectively.
Our students are studying in several interesting and challenging areas including arthropod ecology, biological control, integrated pest management, molecular biology, physiology, genetics and toxicology, plant resistance, systematics, urban, medical/veterinary and forensic entomology.
Students come into the field of entomology with diverse interests, science backgrounds, and career goals. Students are able to tailor their education, research interests, and professional development for the respective degree with the guidance and mentorship of their major advisor and advisory committee.
- Prospective Ph.D. Student Travel Grant Information – Updated for 2019
- Graduate Application Instructions
- Graduate Teaching Assistants Program
- Fellowships and Assistantships
Courses, Classes, General Info
- Course Descriptions
- Course Schedule and Offerings – Fall 2017 – Summer 2020 (PDF)
- Graduate Student Profiles
- Online Graduate Catalogs
- Sample Memorandum For Submitting A Degree Plan
- Non-degree-seeking students (G6)
People, Organizations, Awards, Services
- On-Campus Faculty
- Off-Campus, Center Based Faculty
- Departmental Awards
- Entomology Graduate Student Organization (EGSO)
- Annual Committee Meeting Form (PDF)
- Degree Plan Checklist (PDF)
- Degree Plan Checklist (Students Beginning Spring 2015 and after) (PDF)
- Sample Memorandum For Submitting A Degree Plan [PDF]
- Other Forms