About Fully Funded PhD in Agricultural Economics
The University of Nebraska-Lincoln provides a PhD in Agricultural Economics that is fully supported.
Through courses in production economics, agricultural industrial organization, international agricultural trade, agricultural development, natural resource economics, and agribusiness, Nebraska’s STEM-certified agricultural economics program provides a foundation for professional problem-solving. The most popular type of financial help is graduate research assistantships.
A GRA includes a stipend as well as benefits. Students on assistantships do not pay tuition. GRAs cover a large percentage of the student health insurance fee. Assistantships do not require a separate application.
Fully Funded PhD in Agricultural Economics Study Program
- Agriculture Firm Profitability and Sustainability
- Behavioral and Experimental Economics
- Industrial Organization of the Agri-Food System
- International Trade and Development
- Natural Resources
- Rural Innovation and Development
- Master’s level microeconomics
- Master’s level macroeconomics
- Master’s level econometrics
- Calculus I, II, and III
- A master’s degree with a minimum G.P.A. of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale.
- Students without a master’s degree will also be considered but they must have completed core requirements for the master’s degree in agricultural economics.
Graduate research assistantships are the most common form of financial assistance. A GRA consists of a stipend and benefits.
Tuition is waived for students on assistantships, but fees of approximately $1,200/year must be paid by all students. A major portion of the fee for student health insurance is included in GRAs.
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1. A one-page to three-page statement of purpose. It should explain why you want to pursue a graduate degree and describe your interests.
2. Three letters of recommendation. We recommend at least two of these letters are from faculty members who can describe your academic abilities.
3. Resume or curriculum vitae
4. The GRE is not required but is recommended for students seeking an assistantship.
5. If your native language is not English, verification of English proficiency is required. Graduate Studies determines exemptions from this requirement.