Applications

Professor Bryce Falk talks with (right) Rino Oguchi and Donna Sandoval, both a Global Disease Biology majors, as they work to get their cell DNA samples during Plant Pathology class on October 11, 2016 at UC Davis. The students were observing the general disease cycle of fungi and gathering the DNA of the cells in the lab.

Professor Bryce Falk talks with (right) Rino Oguchi and Donna Sandoval, both a Global Disease Biology majors, as they work to get their cell DNA samples during Plant Pathology class on October 11, 2016 at UC Davis. The students were observing the general disease cycle of fungi and gathering the DNA of the cells in the lab.

UC Davis requires academic records from each college-level institution you have attended.  You will be instructed to upload scanned copies of your transcripts after you have submitted your online application.  For more details visit https://gradstudies.ucdavis.edu/submit-transcripts.

GRE and TOEFL/IELTS scores are best sent electronically. There is no indicator for Plant Pathology, so please just send it to “Other” or “Pharmacy.”

We do not currently have a minimum GRE score requirement. The minimum score for TOEFL is 80 (internet-based exam) and a minimum of 7-9 is required for IELTS.

If all application materials are not received by January 2017, we may not be able to review all of your application, and be forced to make an admission decision based on what we have received.

The online application for admission must be submitted by January 2017.
*Desired Undergraduate Prerequisite Courses*

The admission cycle for entry in Fall 2017 will begin in late September 2016. 

  • 2017 ADMISSION Application
  • Final Deadline: TBA (early January 2017)

  2017 FELLOWSHIP Application

  • Prospective Student Fellowship: January 15
  • Continuing Student Fellowship: December 1

If you have any questions, please contact [email protected]

Advising

 

Alice Kebeja, a Horticulture and Agriculture major, records her findings with a microscope during Plant Pathology class on October 11, 2016 at UC Davis.  The students were observing the general disease cycle of fungi and gathering the DNA of the cells in the lab.

Alice Kebeja, a Horticulture and Agriculture major, records her findings with a microscope during Plant Pathology class on October 11, 2016 at UC Davis. The students were observing the general disease cycle of fungi and gathering the DNA of the cells in the lab.

M.S. Degree/Ph. D. Degree

General Information and Course Requirements

Financial Aid

Resident and Nonresident Tuition & FeesFinancial Aid

Funding for our graduate students comes primarily in the form of a Graduate Student Research position, which provides full fee remission and a gross annual stipend of $27,526 (as of July 2014). Teaching Assistantships are also available within the department and outside of it.

General Information

Graduate Studies
UC Davis Office of Graduate Studies | Graduate Student Handbooks | UC Davis Graduate Studies Contacts | Graduate Student Forms | Department Code for GRE/TOEFL

Campus
My UCDavis | UC Davis General Catalog | Student Information Systems (SISWEB) | UC Davis Virtual Tours | BIOSIS Database Instruction

Plant Pathology Department Graduate Student Handbook (revised 2013)