College of Agriculture

Entomology is the science of insects and related organisms. Entomologists protect human and animal health, food, and property, and natural environments by better understanding the biology and ecology of insects. Entomologists work as scientists, educators, technicians, consultants, and specialists in urban, agricultural, and natural environments to prevent the spread of disease, feed the world, promote biodiversity, protect the environment, solve crimes, strengthen biosecurity, and teach science. Careers and interests in entomology are as diverse as the insects they work on.

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Plan of Study


Transfer GPA and Course Requirements

Purdue admits to individual majors. To be considered for admission as a college transfer student, applicants must meet minimum GPA requirements for their desired major. In addition, some majors have course requirements. Requirements for this major are posted below (unless the program is closed to transfers).

Minimum GPA: 2.5


Contact Information

Phone: 765-494-4554


Related Career Interests

Environment and Ecology

Science and Research