MS/PhD Field of Horticulture
Shaping food systems and landscapes of today and for the future
Graduate study in Cornell's Integrative School of Plant Science is organized into five Graduate Fields providing unparalleled opportunities to connect disciplines, creatively solve problems, and integrate complex systems, preparing graduates for diverse careers and futures as leaders in science and society.
The Field of Horticulture includes the study of fruits, vegetables and landscape plants to sustain the environment, enhance economic vitality, and improve quality of life. As the only horticulture program in the Ivy League, our faculty, staff and students are working to shape the food systems and landscapes of today and for the future. Faculty in this field are associated with the SIPS Horticulture Section and also the SIPS Plant Breeding & Genetics Section.
Graduate Field Coordinator
237 Emerson Hall
Email: jeb527 [at] cornell.edu
Director of Graduate Studies
205 Hedrick Hall
Email: tnb1 [at] cornell.edu
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