If you're interested in natural and social sciences, a masters in agriculture could be a good fit. Earning a Masters in Agricultural Economics or a MBA in Food Resource Management could help prepare you in this important field. These ag science programs typically prepare students to balance profitability and sustainability as they seek to improve the world's food supply. Learn more about agriculture graduate programs and the schools that offer them.
North Dakota State University
The Department of Agribusiness and Applied Economics offers two M.S. degrees: Agribusiness and Applied Economics, and International Agribusiness. Emphases include applied economics, agribusiness, and transportation and logistics.
This program includes course work in applied economics, quantitative methods, and international agribusiness strategy, management, finance, and marketing. Students also participate in an international experience.