Friday, September 25, 2009

Master of Science in Agriculture (Ref.#052): Emphasis-Bioscience Economics

I received my master's degree in Agriculture from Western Kentucky University, with an emphasis in bioscience economics.  My course work included statistics, econometrics,  biometry, and experimental design as well as Mendelian and population genetics with applications to plant breeding including statistical analysis of genetic association, gene expression, genetic markers, and gene-environment interaction. This was complemented by additional courses in applied economics and finance. These courses provided a firm foundation for economic and policy analysis related to genomics and life sciences.



Statistics, Genetics & Research Core

AGRI 491G DATA ANALYSIS/INTERPRET 3
AGRI 590 EXPERIMENTAL DESIGN 3
AGRI 528 POPULATION GENETICS 3
AGRI 598 SEMINAR: PROJECT TITLE "AN ECONOMETRIC ANALYSIS OF CONSUMER PERCEPTIONS OF BIOTECHNOLOGY."

Agronomy and Genetics

AGRO 414G CROP IMPROVEMENT 3
AGRO 521 PASTURE MANAGEMENT 3
AGRI 475G SPECIALTY CROP PRODUCTION 3


Applied Economics

AGEC 463G AGRICULTURAL FINANCE 3
AGRI 597 IND SPEC PROB/AGRIC: GAME THEORY  3
AGRI 597 IND SPEC PROB/AGRIC: APPLIED ECONOMETRICS 3
AGRI 597 IND SPEC PROB/AGRIC:CORN PRODUCTION & BIOFUEL ECONOMICS 3 
 


M.B.A. Courses 

AGEC 468G WORLD FOOD DEVELOPMENT 3   
ECON 502 APPLIED MICROECON THEORY 3
BA 519 ADVANCED MANAGERIAL FINANCE 3


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