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Agriculture and Food Systems 020
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Plant Biology 776
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New Brunswick Undergraduate Catalog 2022-2024 School of Environmental and Biological Sciences Programs of Study Plant Biology 776  

Plant Biology 776

Degree: B.S.

Director: Nrupali Patel (npatel@sebs.rutgers.edu)

Program Webpage: http://plantbiology.rutgers.edu/undergrad/plantbiology

Managing Department Webpage: http://plantbiology.rutgers.edu


The plant biology undergraduate program prepares students for careers or further study in areas related to food and plant production, turfgrass, plant pathology and pest management, plant breeding, natural products, and bioenergy.

The curriculum offers three options: General Plant Biology, for students intending to pursue careers in research laboratories or graduate study; Horticulture and Turfgrass Industry, for students intending to pursue careers in the plant business industries; and Natural Products, for students interested in historical and cultural botany, economic botany (the study of the interaction of people and plants), and indigenous and modern medicinal plants.

The curriculum also offers minors in agroecology, horticultural therapy, medicinal and economic botany, and plant science; and certificates in horticultural therapy,

 
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