Master in Plant Health Management
Ohio State's online Master in Plant Health Management (MPHM) degree prepares students and working professionals who wish to become experts in plant health for advancement or a career change.
The importance of plant science is becoming increasingly apparent, and this master's degree was developed to meet the growing workforce demand in food production and environmental quality.
By connecting with leading experts in plant health management, students will engage in practical plant health training and agricultural science while learning business skills needed in today's industries. There is a broad selection of courses to choose from including plant disease, botany, soil science, agribusiness, and more.
The flexibility of this online plant science degree program is well-suited for working professionals and non-traditional students alike.
Campus Requirements: This program is offered 100% online, but students can choose to participate in classes offered on campus, depending on availability.
Class Format: Some classes are offered in a synchronous format, meaning you have a scheduled date and time you must log in to attend, but these sessions are not required.
Credit Hours Required: 35
Cost Per Credit Hour: $812.07 (includes instructional and general fees). See the full cost breakdown here.
Admission Requirements: Earned bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university. All majors are eligible, but applicants should have completed a college-level biology, plant biology, microbiology, or chemistry course.
Time to Completion: 2-3 years