Study in:United States
Deadline: 1 Oct 2019
The emphasis is on current knowledge and how it may be adapted to future problems of all those engaged in producing, processing, and marketing agricultural products. The Agriculture Program is implemented by selecting one of the three following options:
Option One: Thesis
In addition to 32 hours of course work, students who pursue this option will be required to write a thesis and must be actively engaged in an acceptable research program. Students must have a score of at least 300 on both the verbal portion and quantitative portions of the GRE before they will be admitted to candidacy.
- Introductory Agricultural Economics
- Plant Science
- Animal Science
- Crop Production
- Fundamentals of Soil Science
- Agricultural Marketing
- Farm Management and Records Analysis
- Special Offering
- Agricultural Prices
- Agricultural Law
- Agricultural Resource Economics
- Submit an application for graduate admission.
- Forward official copies of transcripts from all previously attended institutions to the Graduate Office.
- GRE or alternative requirements must be completed prior to acceptance or before the end of the first trimester of enrollment.
- GMAT or GRE requirements must be completed before an application can be processed for the MBA program. Major Field Test of 70th percentile or higher will also be accepted in lieu of the GMAT or GRE.
- Letters of Recommendation when required (see program information for specific requirements).
- Goals Statement when required (see program information for specific requirements).
Northwest’s goal is to make higher education accessible to as many qualified students as possible. The University awards scholarships to students based on academic ability, financial need or a combination of both need and academic merit.
Detailed Program Facts
Starting in January 2020
You can apply until: 1 Oct 2019
For more details please visit program website.