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    Educational Policies Committee Program Proposal, College of Agriculture and Applied Sciences, July 19, 2013 - Discontinuation of the Plan C in the M.S. Degree in Applied Economics and Creation of a Master of Applied Economics

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    Recently the Applied Economics department (APEC) completed an in-depth review of all its graduate programs and identified opportunities to improve selected programs. The current Master of Science (M.S.) in Applied Economics degree program offers specializations in Agricultural Economics, Natural Resource Economics, and Regional Economic Development. In this M.S. program, students can select to complete either the Plan A (30 credits including 6 thesis credits), Plan B (30 credits including 3 thesis credits), or Plan C (33 credits-coursework only) option. In the review of the APEC graduate program, it was found that the Plan C option was not representative of the rigors and activities associated with completing an M.S. degree. Therefore, the request of this R401 is to eliminate the Plan C option from the Master of Science in Applied Economics degree program and to restructure this Plan C into a Master of Applied Economics. This restructured professional degree is designed to meet the needs of practicing career professionals. The current Master of Science in Applied Economics degree will continue as a Plan A Thesis option or Plan B technical paper option with specializations in Agricultural Economics, Natural Resource Economics, or Regional Economic Development

    Educational Policies Committee Program Proposal, College of Agriculture and Applied Sciences, March 8, 2019 - Master of Science in Agribusiness

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    The Department of Applied Economics in the College of Agriculture and Applied Sciences proposes changing the name of the Master of Science in International Food and Agribusiness to Master of Science in Agribusiness and restructure the Master of Science

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    Online Master of Science in Applied Economics prepares students for job market Georgia Southern to host free screening of ‘Elementary Genocide’ on April 16, Q&A with area experts to follow Georgia Southern, Nine Line Foundation sign agreement to promote veteran education Online Master of Science in Applied Economics named most affordabl

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    Online Master of Science in Applied Economics prepares students for job market Georgia Southern to host free screening of ‘Elementary Genocide’ on April 16, Q&A with area experts to follow Georgia Southern, Nine Line Foundation sign agreement to promote veteran education Online Master of Science in Applied Economics named most affordabl

    Educational Policies Committee Program Proposal, College of Agriculture and Applied Sciences, February 28, 2011

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    The proposed Master of Science in Economics and Statistics (MS-ES), a research-oriented degree, will be administered jointly by the Department of Applied Economics (APEC) in the College of Agriculture and the Department of Mathematics and Statistics (Math/Stat) in the College of Science

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    Georgia Southern\u27s Master of Science in Applied Economics ranked No. 11 for top online degre

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    Georgia Southern\u27s Master of Science in Applied Economics ranked No. 11 for top online degre

    Curriculum Subcommittee Agenda, December 5, 2019

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    Program Proposals Discontinuing the Bachelor of Science Environmental and Natural Resources Economics degree Changing the Agricultural Economic Minor to Applied Economics Redefining Career and Technical Education (CTE) programs offered by USU at three statewide campuses Creating a new emphasis in the Technology Systems Bachelor of Science degree for Quality and Reliability Creating a Minor in Middle East Studies Offering a Master of Science in Sports Management Restructuring the School of Applied Sciences, Technology and Education Semester Course Approval Review

    Curriculum Subcommittee Minutes, December 5, 2019

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    Program Proposals Discontinuing the Bachelor of Science Environmental and Natural Resources Economics degree Changing the Agricultural Economic Minor to Applied Economics Redefining Career and Technical Education (CTE) programs offered by USU at three statewide campuses Creating a new emphasis in the Technology Systems Bachelor of Science degree for Quality and Reliability Creating a Minor in Middle East Studies Offering a Master of Science in Sports Management Restructuring the School of Applied Sciences, Technology and Education Semester Course Approval Reviews Other Rescheduling the January Curriculum Committee meetin

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    Hines honored with Southern Talon Award Georgia Southern’s Master of Science in Applied Economics ranked No. 11 for top online degree Georgia Southern mental health counselor invited to speak at Caribbean Well-being Conferenc
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