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  Dec 14, 2017
 
2015-2016 Graduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Agricultural and Resource Economics


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http://economics.ag.utk.edu/

Delton G. Gerloff, Head
James A. Larson,
Director of Graduate Studies

Professors
Cross, T.L. (Dean, UT Extension), PhD – Oregon State
English, B.C., PhD – Iowa State
Gerloff, D.G., PhD – Texas A&M
Hughes, D.W., PhD – Washington State
Jensen, K.L., PhD – Oklahoma State
Larson, J.A., PhD – Oklahoma State
Park, W.M., PhD – Virginia Tech
Ray, D.E., PhD – Iowa State
Roberts, R.K., PhD – Iowa State

Associate Professors
Cho, S.H., PhD – Oregon State
Clark, C.D., PhD – Vanderbilt
Lambert, D.M, PhD – Purdue
Tiller, K.H., PhD – Tennessee
Velandia, M., PhD – Texas Tech

Assistant Professors
Boyer, C.N., - PhD – Oklahoma State
Fewell, J.E., PhD – Kansas State
Griffith, A.P., PhD – Oklahoma State
Hellwinckel, C.M., PhD – Tennessee
Lewis, K.E., PhD – Arizona State
Schaffer, H.D., PhD – Tennessee
Smith, S.A., PhD – Arkansas
Yu, T.H., PhD – Texas A&M

Emeriti Faculty
Garland, C.D., PhD – Tennessee
McLemore, D.L., PhD – Clemson
Rawls, E.L., PhD – Virginia Tech
Smith, G.F., PhD – Tennessee

 

MAJOR DEGREE
Agricultural and Resource Economics MS
  Agricultural Economics concentration  
  Natural Resource Economics concentration  
Agricultural and Resource Economics  MS-MBA
Natural Resources PhD
  Natural Resource Economics concentration  

 

Faculty in the Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics participate in the Department of Economics, Economics PhD major. Students in the Economics PhD program are required to demonstrate competence in at least two fields of specialization in economics by completion of a two-course sequence with a GPA of 3.25 or better in each field, grades of B or better in each field course, and by submission of a satisfactory research paper in one of those fields. Students interested in pursuing doctoral studies in agricultural and resource economics may do so with one of their two fields in Agricultural and Resource Economics (see Department of Economics catalog entry for detailed information). The dissertation research of students within the Economics PhD whose major field is Agricultural and Resource Economics can be supervised by Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics faculty.

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