|| Entomology &
Plant Pathology at Auburn University enjoys a rich tradition
in teaching, research and outreach activities as a land
grant institution in Alabama. From the hiring of its first
entomologist in 1896 and its first plant pathologist in
1903, the entomology & plant pathology program at
AU has grown to its present faculty of entomologists with
teaching, research and/or extension responsibilities.
Auburn University is an integral part of the Auburn community,
a college town situated in east-central Alabama.
As a part of the College of Agriculture,
the Entomology & Plant Pathology Department offers
a broad range of both basic and applied courses at the
undergraduate and graduate levels, providing a sound background
for students considering careers in entomology, plant
pathology, and related areas. The curriculum is complemented
by a diversity of courses in agricultural and biological
sciences offered through departments in the University.