About this course
The Department of Agricultural and Applied Economics (AAEC) offers a strong and growing graduate program that provides exciting study and research opportunities for students and has an outstanding record of graduate student placement. AAEC offers a M.S. in Agricultural and Applied Economics and a Ph.D. in Economics jointly with the Department of Economics.
The Master's degree focuses on applied economics. A student may select courses that build upon a broad-based undergraduate economics curriculum or may specialize in a specific field of interest. By their choices among core courses and use of various electives, students may develop specialties in diverse areas including, but not limited to General Economics, Econometrics and Quantitative Methods, Food and Health Economics, Natural Resource and Environmental Economics, Food System Economics and Management, Policy and International Trade, and Economic Growth and Development. The M.S. degree offers both thesis and non-thesis options.
Minimum GPA: 3.0
- TOEFL: 620 (paper); 260 (paper); 105 (internet based)
- Verbal : 500.0
- Quantitative : 500.0