1. The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill: The University offer MS, MA and Ph.D. in Botany and Biology disciplines. Those joined in these courses shall conduct research in plant genomics, biochemistry, ecology, anatomy, genetics, molecular botany, paleobotany, morphology, phycology, and systematics. Financial assistance is available in the forms of Teaching assistantships, research assistantships, fellowships etc. The University has well equipped laboratories, state of the art library along with large herbarium and botanical garden.
2. University of Pittsburgh: The Department of Botany offers Master's and Doctoral Programs in ecology and evolution. The main research areas include ecological and population genetics, community ecology, evolutionary ecology, tropical ecology, plant reproductive ecology, life history and breeding system evolution, meta - population structure and plant-animal interaction.
3. Southern Illinois University Carbondale: The Department of Plant Biology at Southern Illinois University Carbondale offers MS and PhD courses in plant biology. The programs deliver skills and competencies suitable for careers as plant biologists in the food and pharmaceutical industries.