Title and Description of CoursesUnits
Major Courses – 20 units (minimum)
ENTO213 – Acarology3
ENTO215 – Aquatic Entomology3
ENTO216 – Stored Products Entomology3
ENTO217 – Insect Pathology3
ENTO221 – Insect Morphology3
ENTO228 – Advanced Insect Physiology3
ENTO229 – Insect Behavior3
ENTO241 – Immature Insects3
ENTO242 – Taxonomy of Parasitoids and Predators3
ENTO252 – Insect Ecology 3
ENTO262 – Insecticide Toxicology3
ENTO390 – Special Problem2
ENTO391 – Special Topics1-3
200 level courses *
Minor/Cognate Courses –12 units (courses from 1 or 2 other fields of specialization)
ENTO399 – Graduate Seminar1
ENTO400 – Doctoral Dissertation12

SUMMARY
Major20
Minor/Cognate12
Graduate Seminar1
Dissertation12
Special Skills ** (6)
Total No. of Units Required45

Note:

*Refer to Master of Science in Entomology Curriculum Guide

**As prescribed by the Graduate Advisory Committee

  1. Cognate/minor courses are courses of 1 or 2 other field(s) of specialization
  2. Odd and even numbered courses are offered during the first and second semester of the school year, respectively.
  3. After the first term, graduate students are required to form their Graduate Advisory Committee (GAC) andPlan of Course Work ( PCW). Forms can be secured at the Office of the Dean of the Graduate School.