Our national and international reputation stems from our quality faculty, staff, current and former graduate students, and an academic setting which promotes individual and collective excellence. Look how we compare in The Chronicles of Higher Education. Our faculty, staff, and student body number well over 120 and represent many diverse interests. Our weekly seminars and informal gatherings such as the social insects "Lunch Bunch" provide opportunities for intellectual and social interactions with colleagues both in Entomology and other departments.
- Entomology Areas of Study and recommended courses
- Graduate degree options
- How do I apply?
- Assistantships & Other Financial Aid
- Courses and Other Academic Information
- Entomology Graduate Student Association
- Information for Current Students
How Do I Apply?
Learn your entomology degree options, admission requirements, deadlines, and online application procedure
The Department's research programs focus on insects at the molecular, organismal, population, and community levels.
Learn about assistantships, fellowships and other financial aid opportunities offered by the department, college, and university.