Distance Education: Graduate Programs
CALS offers several degree and certificate programs and over 200 courses via distance education (DE). Undergraduate degree completion programs and additional live and videoconferencing courses are offered at various locations outside of the main campus Gainesville.
Graduate Degree Programs
- MS concentration in Agroecology, with choice of majors in Agricultural and Biological Engineering, Agronomy, Entomology and Nematology, or Soil and Water Sciences.
- MS in Agricultural Education & Communication
- MS in Entomology and Nematology
- MS in Family, Youth and Community Sciences
- MS in Fisheries & Aquatic Sciences (MFAS - Non Thesis)
- MS in Forest Resources and Conservation
- MS in Microbiology and Cell Science (Concentration in Medical Microbiology and Biochemistry)
- MS in Soil and Water Sciences (Environmental Science Track)
Graduate Certificate Programs
- Agricultural Education and Communication:
- Entomology & Nematology:
- Family, Youth, and Community Sciences
- Microbiology and Cell Science
- School of Forest Resources and Conservation:
- Soil and Water Sciences:
Application for admission must be made to the appropriate department as well as the University of Florida Graduate School as soon as possible within one year before the beginning of the desired term of admission. A bachelor's degree from an accredited college, an average of B or better for the last two years of the baccalaureate program, and satisfactory scores on the GRE General Test are minimum requirements for admission. After Fall 2007, GRE scores will be evaluated by individual departments, not the graduate school. Application forms may be obtained from the UF graduate school.
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