Agricultural Business and Economics
The Master of Science in Agriculture degree program requires the student to complete a series of general core courses as well as a selection of elective courses to provide a specialized training in a specific concentration area.. Each concentration area requires 30 hours credit hours of program study. Core requirements are designed to expand the student’s knowledge of agricultural research, technology, and policy, as well as to provide a broad and general view of the latest developments in agriculture. Electives will be selected with the approval of the faculty adviser. Elective courses selected are intended to provide the student with specific training to enter employment or advanced graduate study in the selected field. The degree requirements include a total of 30 semester hours.