Texas A&M Agricultural Economics MAB program receives Top 10 international ranking
Texas A&M University’s Department of Agricultural Economics master of agribusiness program has received a Top 10 ranking by Best-Masters.com
The ranking by SMBG-EDUNIVERSAL, a counseling and International Rating agency that specializes in the higher education sector, has been compiling rankings since 2002, publishing the selection of 1,000 best agribusiness and business schools in the world.
“This is certainly a huge honor to have our program ranked number nine internationally,” said Dr. Parr Rosson, department head. “It reflects extremely well on our faculty, staff and students who provide the hard work, education and great contacts with our former students who represent the department and the university. We are working to move the program even higher in the future.”