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2009-2010 Graduate Catalog 
    
2009-2010 Graduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Horticulture, Forestry, and Recreation Resources


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2021 Throckmorton Hall
785-532-1427
Fax: 785-532-5894
E-mail: crajashe@ksu.edu
www.hfrr.ksu.edu
 

Department Head:

Stuart Warren

Director of graduate studies:

C. B. Rajashekar

Graduate faculty:

Charles J. Barden, Ph.D., Pennsylvania State University.
Cheryl R. Boyer, Ph.D., Auburn University.
Dale J. Bremer, Ph.D., Kansas State University.
Ted T. Cable, Ph.D., Purdue University.
Edward E. Carey, Ph.D., University of Illinois.
Gregory L. Davis, Ph.D., Kansas State University.
Jack D. Fry, Ph.D., Colorado State University.
Wayne A. Geyer, Ph.D., University of Minnesota.
Jason Griffin, Ph.D., North Carolina State University.
Rhonda R. Janke, Ph.D., Cornell University.
Houchang Khatamian, (Emeritus) Ph.D., University of Guelph. 
Catherine C. Lavis, Ph.D., Kansas State University.
Richard H. Mattson, Ph. D., University of Minnesota.
Sunghun Park, Ph.D., Texas A&M University.  
C. B. Rajashekar, Ph.D., Colorado State University.
Candice A. Shoemaker, Ph.D., Michigan State University.
Rodney St. John, Ph.D., Iowa State University.
Stuart L. Warren, Ph.D., North Carolina State University.
Kimberly A. Williams, Ph.D., North Carolina State University.

M.S. Degree

K-State offers Master of Science degree program in diverse horticultural and interdisciplinary areas. Specializations at Master’s level include ornamental horticulture, floriculture, turfgrass, vegetable crops, fruit crops, horticultural therapy and public horticulture, and horticultural disciplines including environmental stress physiology, molecular biology, plant biotechnology, food and human health, tissue culture, and sustainable production. For areas of research focus, please visit http://www.hfrr.ksu.edu/DesktopDefault.aspx?tabid=400. Graduate students are expected to excel in research, teaching, extension activities and develop professionally. Independent and original research is an important part of the graduate program and forms a basis for a graduate thesis. Research can be conducted within the department or in other cooperating departments.

For admission requirements, please see the Horticulture, Forestry & Recreation Resources website at: http://www.hfrr.ksu.edu/DesktopDefault.aspx?tabid=933.

Ph.D. Degree

K-State offers doctor of philosophy degree program in diverse horticultural and interdisciplinary areas. Specializations at doctoral level include ornamental horticulture, floriculture, turfgrass, vegetable crops, fruit crops, horticultural therapy and public horticulture, and horticultural disciplines including environmental stress physiology, molecular biology, plant biotechnology, food and human health, tissue culture, and sustainable production. For areas of research focus, please visit http://www.hfrr.ksu.edu/DesktopDefault.aspx?tabid=400. Graduate students are expected to excel in research, teaching, extension activities and develop professionally. Independent and original research is an important part of the graduate program and forms a basis for a graduate thesis. Research can be conducted within the department or in other cooperating departments.

For admission requirements, please see the Horticulture, Forestry & Recreation Resources website at: http://www.hfrr.ksu.edu/DesktopDefault.aspx?tabid=933.

Financial support

A limited number of assistantships are available to qualifying students. The assistantships are awarded based on students academic standing (GPA and GRE scores). Please check www.hfrr.ksu.edu for availability.

 

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