The following is a list of pre-requisite courses that are required for each concentration of the MS in Agricultural Economics. Students are expected to have completed most of these pre-requisites before admission into the program. Up to six hours of pre-requisites can be completed during the first year of the program. Please direct questions to Dr. Daniel Rainey, Graduate Program Coordinator, at email@example.com for domestic student applicants or Dr. Qiuqiong Huang, International Applicant Evaluator, at firstname.lastname@example.org for international student applicants.
The table below provides a summary of the pre-requisites to pursuing four of our five concentrations. Examples of University of Arkansas courses satisfying the pre-requisites are in parentheses.
|Domestic Thesis||Domestic Non-Thesis||Atlantis Thesis||International Agribusiness Non-Thesis|
|Intermediate Micro Theory (ECON 3033)||Principles Micro Econ (AGEC 1103)||Three hours economic principles||Principles Micro Econ (AGEC 1103)|
|Intermediate Macro Theory (ECON 3133)||Principles Macro Econ (AGEC 2103)||Principles Macro Econ (AGEC 2103)|
|Survey Calculus (MATH 2043) or above||Survey Calc or Finite Math (MATH 2403 or 2053) or above||Six hours mathematics||Survey Calc or Finite Math (MATH 2043 or 2053) or above|
|Intro Statistics (AGEC 2403)||Intro Statistics (AGEC 2403)||Three hours statistics||Intro Statistics (AGEC 2403)|
|Upper level mgmt and mktg (AGEC 3403 and 3303)||Upper level mgmt and mktg (AGEC 3403 and 3303)||Six hours other courses in agri econ rural develop, soc sci, agbus, agriculture||Upper level mgmt and mktg (AGEC 3403 and 3303)|
|Intro Accounting (AGEC 2142/2141)||Intro Accounting (AGEC 2142/2141)|
Students wishing to pursue the Dual MS/LLM program must meet the pre-requisites of the respective MS program concentration chosen above.
Students are encouraged to complete all pre-requisites before beginning the program. Students may be approved to take up to six hours of pre-requisites their first semester in the program.