The course of study in this specialty is designed to train students in agricultural economics.
The curriculum The curriculum includes the following subjects: macro- and microeconomics, marketing, trade, management, computer applications and English language, as well as technological subjects and informatics.
Forms of training: Full time – 3 years; Part time – 3.5 years
The practical training abroad is a part of the training and it is conducted in West European farms.
Graduates in Agricultural economics specialty may find employment opportunities as:
• managers in different areas of agricultural production;
• organizers of production and sales in enterprises for processing of agricultural products;
• consultants in the field of agribusiness;
• partners in companies with foreign partnership;
• specialists in agricultural services and credit inspectors;
• insurance agents;
• to manage their own business;
• leaders of co-operatives.