Prospective Graduate Students

Taught by internationally known and respected faculty, the course offerings provide flexibility and the opportunity for students to adapt their program of study to areas of special interest, if desired. Students need not select a professor or funding source in advance of applying for admission.

 

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Degree Programs

M.S. - Agricultural Economics Ph.D. - Agricultural Economics M.B.A. - Agribusiness

 

Application Process


1. Apply online through the UNL Office of Graduate Studies website.
2. Once you've completed an application and received an e-mail from Graduate Studies, submit your other materials though GAMES 

  • Graduate Record Exam (GRE) score (recommended for students applying for assistantships)
  • Statement of goals or objectives not to exceed one page
  • Resume/vita
  • Three recommendations 
  • Any other material you feel would be useful to us

Deadlines:

  • Have your application complete by January 15 for full consideration
  • Admission decisions begin in February and can continue as late as June
  • Financial award decisions are made on or around March 1  

 



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Contact Information

 

Agricultural Economics Programs

Kara Heideman
Program Coordinator
218 Filley Hall
University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Lincoln, NE 68583-0922
Phone: 402-472-2757
Fax: 402-472-3460
agecongrad@unl.edu

Agribusiness Program

Dr. Dennis Conley
MBA in Agribusiness
308 Filley Hall
University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Lincoln, NE 68583-0922
Phone: 402-472-2034
Fax: 402-472-3460
dconley1@unl.edu