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Entomology and Plant Pathology

Entomology and Plant Pathology

This department offers projects and courses specific to water; however, this department offers education and training in other areas, as well.  For more information about other offerings by the department, please visit their website at

Graduate Programs

A graduate degree (Master's or Ph.D.) in entomology could focus on research areas such as aquatic invertebrates and medical entomology (e.g., mosquito ecology).
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ENTO 4484/5484 Aquatic Entomology
Biology, taxonomy and ecology of insects and other invertebrates, inhabiting freshwater environments. Emphasis is placed on identification and biology of individual taxa. Roles of insects in aquatic ecology, as a forage base, and as indicators of biotic integrity of aquatic systems.  Graduate students will be expected to complete additional collection requirements and biotic integrity analyses. No credit for students with credit in ENTO 4484, ZOOL 4484, or ZOOL 5484. (Same course as ZOOL 5484.)  Offered Spring semester of even years.

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