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Courses in Plant Breeding at NC State

List of graduate (undergraduate) courses by department

Graduate students working toward a degree in plant breeding will major in a commodity-based department (Crop Science, Forestry, Horticultural Science) and minor in Biotechnology, Genetics, Statistics, or other related departmental program (M.S. students are not required to have a minor).

In order to minor in Genetics, a student should include a member of the Genetics faculty on his or her graduate committee, and take GN 701, GN 702, GN 703, and ST 511. Please contact our plant breeding faculty for more information.

Plant Breeding Courses

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