College of Agricultural, Human, and Natural Resource Sciences

Department of Entomology

Prospective Students

Undergraduate Program

Even though there is no undergraduate major in Entomology the following options are available to undergraduates:

The Entomology Minor and these options provide a strong entomology background for students whose primary interests are elsewhere.

The Integrated Pest Management (IPM) options are multidisciplinary in nature with course work in the fields of agronomy, entomology, horticulture, landscape architecture, plant pathology and soil science.

The goal of this program is to develop individuals who can solve pest management problems from an interdisciplinary viewpoint. Depending on the individual’s interests and aptitudes, agricultural or urban settings may be emphasized. In-depth details are available in the WSU General Catalog online.

Graduate Program

Please click here to find out more about the Graduate Program here at Washington State University.

Available Assistantships

AgriNorthwest Internship

The Internship Program at AgriNorthwest is designed to evaluate college students as potential employees, while allowing college students the opportunity to gain work experience.  Management will focus on recruiting students in their junior or senior year who have a desire and aptitude to work in production agriculture.  Interns will be recruited from various colleges and universities across the country. more (pdf)

The study of Entomology

requires a curious mind, observant behavior, and a keen interest in biology, zoology or agriculture. Entomology is an animal science that requires a strong background in plant science too.


ARCS Fellowship Funded Department

There are a variety of scholarships available to WSU students through the Entomology Department, College of Agriculture, Human and Natural Resources and the financial aid office.

Entomology Courses

Click here to see a list of Entomology courses available.

Click on to view a slideshow about Entomology


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