MPHM-Online consists of completion of 35 credits in coursework and project credit that cover the breadth of Plant Health Management from disease, insect and weed management to soil fertility, crop physiology and statistical analysis of data. In addition, there are several courses in online format which serve as electives for this curriculum.
Distance education is defined as courses that are 100% distance (with no scheduled in-classroom or on-site activities). These courses are identified by the “DL” (Distance Learning) designation. > Online Learning Tips
The Ohio State University is authorized to offer the Master in Plant Health Management program in all 50 states. For more information on state authorization requirements and disclosures related to online programs, please visit odee.osu.edu/students/state-authorization
More information on the online student resources > online.osu.edu/future-students
The application process for this graduate program is the same for both the on-campus and online version of the MPHM program. The requirements are a B.S. or B.A. (baccalaureate) degree and one year of biology or chemistry.
Students should apply to Master in Plant Health Management (Online subplan) > How to Apply