M.S.- Food and Resource Economics;, Ph.D.- Food and Resource Economics
Courses in the MS and Ph.D. programs are designed to provide broad training in applied economics as it relates to food production, marketing, trade, regional economics and natural resource issues. The graduate curriculum emphasizes economic theory, quantitative methods, empirical analysis and public policy. Program flexibility permits specialization aimed toward preparation towards for careers in teaching, extension, research, management, and foreign and domestic service with agencies of federal and state governments and other public agencies and private business. The department participates in programs with the Center for Latin American Studies, African Studies, Tropical Agriculture, the College of Natural Resources and Environment, College of Law, and the Florida Sea Grant Program.
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