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What does an Agric economist do?

What does an Agric economist do?

Agricultural economists are concerned with the economics of agriculture and the distribution of agricultural products. Their primary objective is to maximise agriculture’s profitability.

What is the study of agricultural economics?

Agricultural economics, study of the allocation, distribution, and utilization of the resources used, along with the commodities produced, by farming.

What do you need to become an agricultural economist?

How to become an Agricultural Economist?

  1. Take Science Stream at +2 with Physics, Chemistry and Biology/ Biotechnology.
  2. Take BSc in Agricultural Economics/ Agriculture.
  3. Take MSc Agricultural Economics.
  4. Take MPhil/PhD in Agricultural Economics.

Is the University of Saskatchewan an Economics University?

The University of Saskatchewan’s highly regarded undergraduate Economics program has provided our students with solid foundations to successfully pursue advanced degrees in economics at the U of S as well as in leading universities in Canada, the U.S., the U.K. and France. The Department of Economics also offers programs in Business Economics.

What kind of research is done at uSask?

USask is home to many specialized research facilities to help you with your project. The Canadian Rural Economy Research lab uses state of the art GIS packages to study rural Canada. The Social Sciences Research Laboratories provide access to shared research infrastructure and technical support while enabling community engaged research.

Can you get P.Ag status at the University of Saskatchewan?

As well, the College of Agriculture and Bioresources has strong ties with industry and a reputation for producing well-rounded, quality graduates means that many businesses turn here first when recruiting employees. Graduates are eligible to receive P.Ag. status for practise in the profession of agrology.

How does the University of Saskatchewan fund graduate programs?

All students registered in thesis-based graduate programs within departments in the College of Agriculture and Bioresources receive a minimum level of funding at the beginning of their programs. Students are also eligible to receive other funding (e.g. scholarships and employment) in addition to these levels.