SDSU and DSU offer new joint doctoral degree

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (KELO) – A doctoral program in Cyber Agriculture is the result of joint research involving two of South Dakota’s state Universities.

The research builds on SDSU’s expertise in Precision Agriculture, and Dakota State’s cutting edge cyber research.

DSU President Dr. Jose (YOH-say) Marie Griffiths…

Griffiths says the new doctorate program can be used for any application in Computer Science.