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Online Master of Agricultural and Life Sciences

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Virginia Tech’s Online Master of Agricultural and Life Sciences program is uniquely positioned to meet the evolving and dynamic needs of today’s agricultural professionals, offering concentrations in the areas of education, environmental science, food safety and biosecurity, leadership studies, and plant science and pest management.

This degree provides practical application taught by faculty experts who are both in the classroom and in the field, researching and practicing what they teach daily. 

The online format will allow you to study the world-class curriculum that Virginia Tech is known for, while earning the same regionally accredited degree as an on-campus student.  With this tailored educational experience, you will graduate from the program with greater knowledge of industry competencies to effectively and strategically lead in one of the dynamic agricultural and life science industries.

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News and Announcements

  • ALS 5954 Study Abroad: Comparative Study of Agricultural and Life Sciences in Morocco is being off this Spring 2015. Pre-tour online orientation course will be able March 23 - May 4, 2015 and the tour to Morocco will begin in Casablanca on May 24th and conclude on June 5th.   
  • New ethics requirement for all graduate students goes into effect starting Fall 2014. All students admitted Fall 2014 are required to complete the ethics modules prior to submitting the Plan of Study. Modules will be available via Scholar starting Spring 2015.

Contacts

 

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  • Jennifer Carr
  • Educational Support Specialist
  • (540) 231-8127
  • jjc@vt.edu
  • College of Agriculture and Life Sciences Academic Programs (0334)
    1060 Litton-Reaves Hall, Virginia Tech
    175 West Campus Drive
    Blacksburg, VA 24061
    United States