United States Doctorates in Environmental Studies & Agriculture PhDs
A graduate with a doctorate in Environmental Studies focuses on improving people's understanding of environmental problems and also has the skills to suggest solutions and ways to avoid causing those problems in the future. With the research proficiency and scientific foundation gained with a PhD in Environmental Science, graduates become research scientists or obtain roles as educators.
Colorado Technical University
CTU’s Doctor of Management - Environmental and Social Sustainability degree program is designed for professionals passionate about making a positive difference in the world.
- Colorado Springs, CO
- Greenwood Village, CO
- Lexington, KYLexington, KY
University of Kentucky
The department provides rigorous instruction and applied research opportunities in the agricultural, food, and rural economies, leading to the M.S. and Ph.D. in agricultural economics. The department prides itself on the opportunity it provides for stud...
- Honolulu, HIHonolulu, HI
University of Hawaii At Manoa
- Kingston, RIKingston, RI
University of Rhode Island
- Burlington, VTBurlington, VT
University of Vermont
- Madison, ILMadison, IL
University of Wisconsin - Madison
The first agricultural economics department established in the U.S. Graduates work in academia, international development agencies, government and the private sector.
- Blacksburg, VABlacksburg, VA
Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
Graduate programs in Agricultural and Applied Economics lead to the degrees of M.S. (thesis and non-thesis) andPh.D. Domestic and international program concentrations are available the areas specified above. Research and teaching assistantships are offe...
- Blacksburg, VA
- Columbia, ALColumbia, AL
University of Missouri - Columbia
M.S. degree available with 24 hours of course work and a thesis or 30 hours of coursework and a technical paper. Ph.D. degree available with emphasis in one of the three research thrust areas listed above.
- Ames, IAAmes, IA
Iowa State University
Designed as a two year program of study, the M.S. degree with a major in Agricultural Economics includes completion of a core sequence of courses including microeconomic and macroeconomic theory, quantitative methods and econometrics. This provides a so...
- San Francisco, CASan Francisco, CA
University of California - Berkeley
Graduate study in the Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics at Berkeley emphasizes a firm foundation in economic analysis and quantitative...
- San Francisco, CA
- University Park, PAUniversity Park, PA
Pennsylvania State University
The graduate program emphasizes economic theory and quantitative methods as applied to the food and agricultural system, natural resources and the environment, and regional economics and economic development.
- Fayetteville, ARFayetteville, AR
University of Arkansas
- College Park, MDCollege Park, MD
University of Maryland - College Park
The Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics offers the Master of Science and Doctor of Philosophy degrees. The graduate program prepares students through courses in agricultural, natural resource, and environmental economics, research experien...
- Ithaca, NYIthaca, NY
Both Ph.D. and M.S. degree candidates are required to select at least one minor subject from outside the field. The M.S. and Ph.D. research degrees require submission of an acceptable thesis or dissertation.The professional degree of Master of Engine...
- Ithaca, NY
- Columbus, OHColumbus, OH
Ohio State University
The mission of the Department is to serve Ohio, the nation, and the world by supplying economic analysis and information regarding food, agriculture, the environment, natural resources, and rural communities. Advancement and dissemination of knowledge i...
- Athens, GAAthens, GA
University of Georgia
Our graduate degrees in Environmental Economics and Management, Applied Economics, and Agribusiness prepare students to understand and explore economic relationships which affect the use and management of our limited resources. Students learn h...
- Davis, CADavis, CA
University of California - Davis
The M.S. degree is both an end in itself and a preparation for the Ph.D. degree. The Master's program includes courses emphasizing applications of economic theory and quantitative methods, along with elective field courses. It is usually completed in a...
- East Lansing, MIEast Lansing, MI
Michigan State University
The Ph.D. degree requires four fields: economics (courses taken in the Economics Department), major field in agricultural economics (agribusiness strategy and management, agricultural markets and price analysis, environmental and resource economics, or...
- West Lafayette, INWest Lafayette, IN
The Department of Agricultural Economics is dedicated to the education and training of professional applied economists in the analysis of current problems of society for the improvement of human welfare...
- West Lafayette, IN
- Corvallis, ORCorvallis, OR
Oregon State University
The Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics offers graduate work leading to Master of Science and Doctor of Philosophy degrees with major emphasis in food markets and trade; resource and environmental economics; production economics; and econo...
- Baton Rouge, LABaton Rouge, LA
Louisiana State University
Students pursuing the Master of Science degree complete a core of courses in economic theory, quantitative methods, and a specialized applications course. M.S. students must select from one of the three following areas of study for further course work c...
- Rochester, NYRochester, NY
Rochester Institute of Technology
The Ph.D. program focuses on sustainable production systems — systems that create goods and services using processes that are: non-polluting; conserving of energy and natural resources; economically viable; and safe and healthful for workers, communities,...
- Rochester, NY
- College Station, TXCollege Station, TX
Texas A&M University
- Lubbock, TXLubbock, TX
Texas Tech University
The program is designed to support disciplines of economics, mathematics, statistics, business administration, political science, sociology, and the other agricultural sciences. For students who are interested in practicing law in an agricultural set...