The University of California Davis offers a fully funded PhD in Agricultural and Resource Economics. The Department offers graduate training in the economics of agriculture, international development, and the environment and natural resources. The ARE program offers full funding to Ph.D. students for a minimum of five years through a combination of fellowships, readerships, teaching assistant positions, and research assistant positions. Students will have tuition and fees covered and receive a monthly stipend during the nine-month academic year. Most students also receive summer support.