Admission Requirements

(a) Master of Agricultural Technology (M. Agric. Tech.)

(i)Candidates must possess 5 credits at WASSCE or NECO or GCE (O/L) or
 quivalent at a maximum of two sittings with credit in English Language,
Chemistry, Biology or Agricultural Science, Mathematics or Statistics
and Physics.

(ii) Candidate with first degree in Agriculture and related disciplines with a minimum of second Class Lower Division


(b) Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D)

(i)Candidates with M. Tech./M. Agric. Tech./M.Sc. in Agricultural and Resource Economics or Agricultural Extension and related discipline from other recognised institutions with a CGPA of not less than 3.50 or 60% in the  overall result. Where applicable the candidate may be required to score not less than 60% in the oral thesis examination.

 

Degree Options

Master of Agricultural Technology (M. Agric. Tech.) in Agricultural and Rsource Economics with specialization in:

(i)               Environmental Economics

(ii)              Production Economics

(iii)              Finance and Marketing

(iv)              Resource Economics.

 

Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D) in Agricultural and Resource Economics with specialization in:

(i)               Environmental Economics

(iii)              Production Economics

(ii)              Finance and Marketing

(iv)             Resource Economics

Brief Summary of the Programme

The graduate programmes of the Department are designed to train highly  skilled manpower in the area of Agricultural and Resource Economics.  At postgraduate level, the Department runs Environmental Economics, Production Economics, Finance and Marketing. Our postgraduate students can specialise in any of the above-stated areas.  Hence, the  following programmes are offered in the Department: