The Master in Plant Health Management is a Professional Science Master's program that integrates both academic and professional training for careers in plant health management, geared towards students and working professionals who wish to develop plant health expertise for advancement or a career change.
Students can enroll either full-time (1.5-2 year completion time) or part-time.
Most of our students are working and enrolled part-time.
In-Person and Online program options
Combining classroom and e-learning delivery, students can select from courses in 7 academic units covering topics in plant disease management, integrated pest management, statistics, soil science, weed science, Extension education and leadership, agribusiness and more.
- Overview of Requirements > Curriculum and courses
- MPHM-Online > More information
- We accept applications year-round for Spring, Summer and Autumn terms > How to Apply
More about Ohio State's Online Degree Programs > online.osu.edu