The Department of Agricultural Economics and Economics offers several degree programs: a major and minor in economics through the College of Letters and Science, and a major and minor in agricultural business through the College of Agriculture.
Our programs provide a broad education involving the domestic and international economy and include the study of institutions, policy, and the tools of analysis.
Our students prepare for careers in:
- Financial markets
- National, state, and local governments
- Teaching positions
- Graduate study in economics and in related fields (including business administration, finance, public policy, and law)
Students considering graduate school in economics, law, or careers in environmental sciences are encouraged to follow the "tracks" below.
- Major Requirements
- Minor Requirements
- Economics Course Offering
- LSAT Scores of Economics Majors: The 2003-2004 Class Update
- What Can I do with a Major in Economics?
- Agribusiness Management Major Option Requirements
Agribusiness Management Minor Option Requirements
- Farm and Ranch Management Option Requirements
- Agricultural Economics Course Offering
- What Can I do with a Major in Agriculture Business - Farm & Ranch Mgt.?
- What Can I do with a Major in Agriculture Business - Agribusiness Mgt.?