We do not offer a four-year undergraduate degree program in urban structural entomology however, students interested in this field can earn an entomology minor. Undergraduates may also find opportunities to participate in faculty research projects, particularly through the CALS Honors program or through part-time or summer employment. Contact individual faculty members regarding employment opportunities.
The College of Agriculture and Life Sciences offers a two-year Associate Degree in Applied Science through the Agricultural Institute. Students can take entomology courses in the following urban-related fields:
There are many opportunities for graduate study in urban entomology covering both basic and applied research. Check the specific faculty programs to find topics of interest to you. The Department of Entomology and Plant Pathology offers three entomology graduate degree programs: Master of Entomology (non-thesis), Master of Science, and Ph.D.