This programme is coordinated in the Department of Agricultural Economics, Extension and Rural Development.
- BScHons degree with economics or environmental economics and statistics or BScAgric degree with economics and statistics or BScAgric (Agricultural Economics) (or equivalent) or relevant bachelor’s degree or relevant honours degree
- A weighted average of at least 65% at honours level
Promotion to next study year
The progress of all master's candidates is monitored biannually by the supervisor and the postgraduate coordinator. A candidate's study may be terminated if the progress is unsatisfactory or if the candidate is unable to finish his/her studies during the prescribed period.
Subject to exceptions approved by the Dean, on recommendation of the relevant head of department, and where applicable, a student may not enter for the master's examination in the same module more than twice.