Agricultural & Resource Economics
The Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics provides an opportunity for you to develop academic skills that complement your interests and aptitudes. Whether you wish to pursue a career in business or government, you will find training in economic reasoning, management and policy to be a good foundation.
Degree Earned: Bachelor's, Master's, Doctorate, Minor
Programs of Study
Agribusiness includes courses taken in the College of Business and Management. In addition to two semesters in accounting, this field will expose you to upper-level courses in business finance, marketing, management and law.
This concentration focuses on the application of economic concepts across a variety of issues related to natural resources, such as water quality, global warming, and the development of world economies.
The concentration provides students with the flexibility to select a field of study that fits their career interests.