Food & Business Economics

Graduate Program in Food and Business Economics resides in the Department of Agricultural, Food and Resource Economics (DAFRE)

Program Description

The objective of this graduate program is to develop the ability of students to apply economic theory and high levels of quantitative and analytical skills to significant problems facing society in the areas of: economics of biotech/pharmaceutical sectors, production and marketing of agricultural and food products, land/environmental policy and management, and international development. View our Food and Business Economics brochure, or explore the program site to learn more about the program.


Degree Types

  • M.S. (Master of Science)

Campus Locations

Cook/Douglass Campus - New Brunswick

Admission Deadlines

For best consideration apply by these dates

March 1st for international students and domestic students who would like to be considered for financial assistance.

Application Type US Applicants Non-US Applicants Merit-Based Aid
MS March 1 March 1 March 1