Part Time Courses for Agricultural Economics

Agricultural economics concerns itself with the study of food production and consumption in both developed and developing countries along with analyzing policies that shape the world’s largest industry. A Master’s of Agricultural Economics (M.Sc) develops analytical skills in the broad areas of agricultural, environmental and ecological economics, development, and resource allocation in production and marketing in agriculture. Graduate students of Agricultural Economics are in high demand, obtaining academic jobs in top agricultural economics departments and public policy schools, as well as positions in government, major development organizations, and businesses.

Agricultural Economics