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Department of Agricultural Economics

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A major in agricultural economics or agribusiness will help you develop the business and economics skills you need to be a leader in agriculture, or in many other related industries. The study of agricultural economics or agribusiness applies business methods and economic principles to solve real-world problems in the production, distribution, and consumption of agricultural goods and services. Graduates enter challenging careers in business management, finance, marketing, policy analysis and development, farm or ranch management, resource management, environmental management, rural development, and community development.

Class of 2021

With GPA 3.5 or Above
We are excited to recognize our Agricultural Economics and Agribusiness undergraduate students graduating in May 2021 with GPAs of 3.5 or higher.

 

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Undergraduate Resources

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Internship Materials

The faculty designed the Agricultural Economics Internship Program to enrich the education of Agricultural Economics and Agribusiness majors through meaningful off-campus work experiences. Students may earn course credit for the internship.

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Career Success

The Department of Agricultural Economics takes great pride in the success of our students not only while they are in the department, but also after they graduate. We are very proud of the accomplishments of our students.

Agricultural Economics and Business Regional Placement and Salary Data
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