The master’s degree program is divided into sections on seed science, seed technology, and business. The seed policy regulation and trade section will be taught with business courses. All courses are required unless the student can show that he or she has had previous equivalent instruction.
We are now accepting new students in the fall, spring, and summer semesters. Your course schedule will vary depending on your entering semester. We’ve changed our course matrix to offer classes 2 out of every 3 years which will allow students more flexibility when planning their POSC for the tenure of their program.