Note: an undergraduate degree in Insect Science is no longer offered; a minor degree is currently offered. A minor in Insect Science will provide students with a foundation in the biological sciences with an emphasis on insects. Studying entomology prepares students for positions in industry, government, education, and public health. Chemical and seed companies, pest management or consulting firms, and horticultural nurseries employ insect scientists. State and federal agencies employ need consultants, extension directors, mosquito abatement agents, and research aides. Other possibilities are advanced graduate degrees in academia or professional degrees in the medical or veterinary fields.
Minor: Insect Science
The department offers a minor in Insect Science that may be earned by completing ENT 370 Insect Biology and 12 credits in courses selected from an approved list supplied by the department. Contact Russell Jurenka email@example.com
Minor: Emerging Global Diseases
Entomology administers the Emerging Global Diseases minor. Core courses address the biology of emerging disease agents (e.g., protozoa, fungi, microbes, and viruses), the clinical manifestations and epidemiology of emerging diseases, and the impact of those diseases on human interactions and socioeconomics. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. If you'd like to apply for admission to Iowa State University, see the Iowa State admissions page. Related information: