Plant Health Management

Plant Health Management involves studying and developing innovative methods to manage pests and diseases that damage crops, forests, and gardens.  

Possible Career Options
Plant Geneticist/Breeder Greenhouse/Nursery Manager
Horticulturist Crop/Food/Port Inspector
Pest Management Specialist Certified Crop Advisor
Plant Ecologist/Environmental Scientist Researcher
Classes and Curriculum

Students will study plant, weed, and soil science, entomology, plant pathology, and integrated plant health management with an emphasis on sustainability.  

After Graduation
EMPLOYED GRAD SCHOOL SEEKING EMPLOYMENT
50% 50% 0%

* Numbers are based on responses from graduates at six months post-graduation date.

Getting Involved
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Plant Health and Resource Management (PHARM) Club

The Plant Health and Resource Management (PHARM) Club hosts social and educational events as well as engages in service activities for Plant Pathology and Plant Health Management majors, minors, and any other student interested in plants. 

Questions?
Contact:
Monica Lewandowski
Assistant Professor
Department of Plant Pathology
(614) 247-6876

 

Amy Jo Baughman
Coordinator of Prospective Student Services
(614) 292-2416