Former BS Agricultural Economics thesis student and Adviser/Assistant Professor III, Department of Agricultural Economics, College of Business, Development Economics, and Management (CBDEM), University of Southern Mindanao, Kabacan, Cotabato, Tel No (63-64) 248-2593
Participation in this two-year program includes US students from the University of Arkansas and EU students from a consortium of five universities in Europe (University of Ghent, Ghent, Belgium; Humboldt University, Berlin, Germany; National Institute of Advanced Training and Research in Food and Agronomy, Rennes, France; University of Pisa, Pisa, Italy; and the Slovakian University of Agriculture, Nitra, Slovakia). The program includes five academic terms (four semesters and one summer). US students enroll for at least two terms at the University of Arkansas and for at least two terms at two EU universities in the European consortium. EU students enroll for at least two terms at two EU universities in the European consortium and at least two terms at the University of Arkansas. Study in both the US and EU includes three semesters of graduate coursework, completion of a case study or internship during the summer, and one semester of joint thesis research supervised by US and EU faculty. All coursework is in English in both the US and EU. Class enrollment for all students remains at their home university. UA students earn credit for AGEC 502V Special Topics for courses taken at EU universities. Upon successful completion of the program, students receive an M.S. degree in agricultural economics from the University of Arkansas, and an M.S. degree in rural development from the consortium of EU universities.
Agricultural Economics Masters Thesis
Jari, B., 2009, ‘Institutional and technical factors influencing agricultural marketing channel choices amongst smallholder and emerging farmers in the KatRiver’, MSc Agricultural Economics thesis, University of Fort Hare, South Africa.