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International Ag

Graduate students (both M.S. and Ph.D.) may obtain a dual-title degree in International Agriculture and Development (INTAD).

Dual-Title Degree in International Agriculture and Development

Graduate students (both M.S. and Ph.D.) who are interested in strengthening their plant pathology degree by incorporating international experiences and credentials should consider applying to this dual-title degree program in the College of Agricultural Sciences.

Graduate students must apply and be accepted into International Agriculture and Development (INTAD). Contact Dr. María del Mar Jiménez Gasco for more information.

A master's degree graduate from Penn State can pursue a professional career in plant pathology. Some exercise the option to continue on to pursue a doctoral degree.

Contact Information

María del Mar Jiménez Gasco, Ph.D.
  • Associate Professor
Phone: 814-863-2355