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Clemson University — CAFLS - Applied Economics and Statistics

Program Type:
Master's International
Department:
CAFLS - Applied Economics and Statistics
Degrees Awarded:
Applied Economics (MS)
Admissions Deadlines:

April

Admissions Cycle:

January - April

Program Start:
August
Program Founded:
May, 2007

Benefits

The Graduate School will match department tuition funds for MI student assistantships whenever possible.  MI students are eligible for in-state tuition.  The additional benefit is that after the completion of 24 course credits in the first year of the MS-AES program, students can fulfill the internship requirements of the degree with the 27 months of Peace Corps service.

Description

Clemson University's College of Agriculture, Forestry and Life Sciences (CAFLS) offers the degree in collaboration with the Peace Corps Master's International Program. Graduate students enrolled at Clemson will be required to complete 24 credits of academic study on campus towards their MS-AES (Master of Science- Applied Economics & Statistics) in the first year.  The students then participate in 27 months of overseas Peace Corps service in an agricultural or economic-related post.  Upon successful completion of Peace Corps service, the students will need to complete a final semester on campus before being awarded an MS-AES degree.

Requirements

Please refer to the http://www.grad.clemson.edu/programs/applied-economics/ website for the requirements for the MS-AES academic degree.

For inquiries about Master's International, call 855.855.1961 x1812.

Program Contacts

If you have questions, please contact:
Dr. William Bridges
Professor

Mail
Applied Economics and Statistics
258 Barre Hall
Clemson, South Carolina 29634-0317
Telephone
(864) 656-3012
Fax
(864) 656-1309
Email
wbrdgs@clemson.edu

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