Applied Econometrics & Data Analytics Graduate Program

The STEM approved Applied Econometrics and Data Analytics (AEDA) master's degree program offers a broad spectrum of applied agricultural economics subject matter, including production and development economics, statistical methods, applied econometric analysis and economic analysis of water, food and environmental policies. In just 18 months, you'll receive training that will prepare you for careers as econometricians, data scientists, risk managers, credit analysts, economists, and policy analysts in the private sector and in governmental and non-governmental organizations.

About the M.S. in Applied Econometrics & Data Analytics

Faculty within the Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics focus on involving students in research, maximizing the close ties between teaching and Cooperative Extension faculty, as well as the diversity of agricultural and natural resource issues, to offer wide-ranging opportunities for field research and exposure to efforts to solve real world problems.

After completing the core course requirements, you'll chose your elective courses, and propose your own plan of study appropriate to your individual needs as approved by your faculty advisor. Upon approval, you may choose elective graduate course offerings from within or from outside the Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics.

Agricultural & Resource Economics Graduate Program Handbook

Are You a Current Student? Connect with an Advisor.

Danielle Buhrow, undergraduate senior academic advisor and graduate program coordinator for the Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics, is here to help! Schedule an appointment in Trellis Advise or send an email with your questions.