Master of Science in Agricultural Economics

A Master of Science degree in Agricultural Economics provides professional training for students seeking the skills in management, finance, real estate, entrepreneurship, marketing, policy analysis, and decision-making needed in today’s business world with a focus on the food and fiber industry. Master of Science students may choose between the thesis option and the non-thesis option.

Information regarding the program and application process may be obtained from the Agricultural Economics Graduate Programs webpage or by contacting the Department at

Steps to Fulfill a Masters Program