Master of Science in Agronomy

The Master of Science degree in Agronomy prepares students for leadership roles in areas of food, feed, fiber, bioenergy, shelter, and aesthetic space plant production. Students who complete the degree have the knowledge and skills for positions in industry, local-state-national governmental agencies, and non-government organizations dealing with crop production issues. Graduates are often employed by private companies, crop consulting firms, state agricultural experiment stations, cooperative extension service, USDA-ARS, farmer cooperatives, and state departments of agriculture and other related agencies. Applicants must have an accredited bachelors degree and meet admission requirements for graduate study at Texas A&M University.

For more information, please contact a graduate advisor in the Department of Soil and Crop Sciences (

Steps to Fulfill a Masters Program