Master of Science in Agricultural and Resource Economics (English Program)

The Curriculum includes core course in economic theory, econometrics, and elective courses in specific subjects intended to prepare students for a professional courses in agricultural and resource economics. A regular two years program requires a minimum of 37 credits that comprises 19 credit of core courses, 9 credits of electives, and 12 credits of electives.

Curriculum option :

Thesis option with A1 and A2 plans

Opportunities and career advancement

Graduates from the program join both public and private sectors, especially in the areas of economic research and consulting.

Contact : department of agricultural and resource economics

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