Master of Science (M.S.)

Admission criteria and course requirements for the M.S. degree in Agricultural, Environmental, and Regional Economics.

The M.S. degree is a research-oriented degree that provides students with the tools, skills, and experience necessary to conduct applied research in our program's three core areas: food and agribusiness economics, environmental and natural resource economics, and regional economic development.

Admission to the master's degree program in Agricultural, Environmental and Regional Economics is based on a careful evaluation of an applicant's potential to successfully complete the degree program.

A minimum of 31 graduate course credits is required for the AEREC M.S. degree. Of these, a minimum of 25 course credits and 6 research credits are required.

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