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New Brunswick Undergraduate Catalog 2020-2022 School of Environmental and Biological Sciences Programs of Study Entomology 370  

Entomology 370


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The entomology major is directed at students who are interested in insects and related arthropods. Students can receive training in a variety of subject areas including agricultural, urban, and forensic entomology. The entomology major targets students that seek careers in agribusiness, government service, agricultural education and extension, and public health or are preparing to be owner/operators of a pest management enterprise. Students can tailor their coursework to meet their specific interests by selecting coursework classes of interest from several clusters of specific courses. The curriculum of this major is expected to continue evolving as additional experience in the delivery of the curriculum's content is gained, and new areas of emphasis are identified.

In addition to offering a major in entomology, the School of Environmental and Biological Sciences offers a minor in entomology.

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