Agricultural & Resource Economics, Doctor of Philosophy College of Agricultural & Environmental Sciences

The Ph.D. program provides intensive training in modern economic theory, econometrics, and mathematical programming, with elective fields such as natural resource and environmental economics, development economics, agricultural economics, and econometrics. Complementary fields in other areas of economics and management are also available. It is typically a four- or five-year course of study that prepares graduates for jobs in academia, government, near-government organizations, and the private sector.