C Electives permit some specialization in crop science, horticulture, or plant pathology. Students'who pursue. their option should be well prepared for graduate study or positions Y GWDUAE PROG Within this Division, the Master of Science degree may be pursued under either Ptah A or Plan B with either a major or a field of con, centration. Approved thesis areas are * bioclirnatology, crop science, horticulture, ' plant pathology, sail science, and water science. Wtthln these areas, students rnay seled from several specialities including crop production, crop improvement, crap physiology, weed control, ornamentisl hapti-culture, plant pathology, soil fertility and management, soil chemistry, soil classification, soit physics, bioclimatology, irrigation, and drainage. College graduates with trainlng in agriculture, biochemistry, biology, chemistry, physics, geology, and/or engineering are encouraged to enter the pmgr@m with the understanding that deficiencies must be ascertained and made up as determined by the advisory committee. A student should ordinarily plan on two years to complete the master's program. For additional inforrnation contact: R. Grant Seals, Associate Dean Max C. Fleischrnann College of Agriculture University of Nevada.Reno 'lhc C'ollsye of A~~iiculturoaE the Uruvt?rsity ol' Ncvntla Ibno 11 ; :~n k,qtli~l Opport~1nity/Aff1r11?~itiAvec tlor1 crr~rlltryct urld Reno, Nevada 89557 doos not rIit,cr.trnii~iliao r1 tire b,~bla ot ri~re,r e l i ~ ~ ocro~lo, r, Dale W. Bohrnont, Dean and Director Telephone: (702) 784-661 1 sex, iige, ni~tiot~llulr igin, veterilfl B ~ L I ~ LoI rS har~tlici~[i)n the etluc:~tior~aplr ograrrls tor any of the t~ct~v~tiww:h; ich it npur-ales.