The department offers a Master of Science (Thesis and Non-Thesis options) in Agricultural and Resource Economics. The program seeks to facilitate the development of competencies in applied economics and analysis of challenges and opportunities in agriculture and food, community and other resource systems. Students complete a total of ~30 credit hours that include a research (thesis option) or professional project (non-thesis option). The program provides flexibility for specialties in rural economic and community development, agribusiness management and marketing, and natural resources economics and provides for numerous careers or continuation into a Ph.D. program. Find out more about research programs in this area HERE.
Program Coordinator: Robert Zabawa