Graduate Education Opportunities at the UD College of Agriculture and Natural Resources
The major areas of graduate education in the CANR are listed below and more details, along with information on graduate faculty research interests, can be found at

Animal Health and Production Systems
Ecology and Natural Resources
Food Science and Safety
Longwood Graduate Program in Public Horticulture
Markets and Trade
Molecular Biology and Genomics
Plant Science and Horticulture
Quantitative Analysis
Resource Economics and Sustainable Development
Soil, Earth, and Environmental Sciences

Graduate degrees are offered in four academic departments of the UD College of Agriculture and Natural Resources.
Animal and Food Sciences
Applied Economics and Statistics
Entomology and Wildlife Ecology
Plant and Soil Sciences