The Master's of International Agriculture Program is a uniquely flexible degree program, with a number of choices to suit your goals. Choose from any department on campus to create a master-level degree that fits YOU! Graduates from MIAP continue on to be non-profit directors, extension agents, farm managers, agricultural consultants, Peace Corp officers, English teachers in foreign countries, and much more! Some students use our program to fine-tune their undergraduate degrees in preparation for law, medical, or veterinary medicine schools.
Choose between our Master of Science and Master of Agriculture, with options ranging anywhere from 30-36 credit hours, then select to complete a thesis, formal report, creative component, or professional internship!
Find out more about our focus areas and Dual Degree Programs here, as well as the difference between the Master of Science and Master of Agriculture.