Bs in crop and soil sciences in Michigan state university
The Crop and Soil Sciences major is based upon the continuously expanding knowledge base of the biological and physical sciences and the utilization of those sciences to produce food and fiber of high quality on a competitive basis to promote sustainability, and to obtain increased nutrient use efficiency, proper land use, increased plant adaptation to environmental and other stresses, decreased soil erosion, and decreased environmental pollution. Crop and soil scientists utilize the principles of genetics, plant breeding, crop physiology, weed science, turfgrass science, soil physics, soil fertility, soil genesis and classification, and soil chemistry.
Official high school transcripts, Marksheets and Certificates, TOEFL-IBT-79, PBT-550/IELTS-6.5/MELAB-80 for nonnative English speakers.
Life Sciences, Farm Management, Research, Biotechnology, Pharmaceutical Industry