The Department of Agricultural Economics and Economics offers three baccalaureate degrees: Agricultural Business, Economics, and Financial Engineering. Within the Agricultural Business program, students can concentrate in either Agribusiness Management or Farm/Ranch Management.

To view the academic requirements and four-year progression for each major and concentration, please refer to the program flowsheets and program overviews: 

There are a limited number of courses that are offered online. Please see the ECNS online sequence description for more information:

Typically every other year, the Department offers a course that has an international experience component. The purpose of the course is to provide interdisciplinary, integrative, experiential learning opportunities to undergraduate students by offering courses that combine traditional classroom study with international experiences and research. To view past courses and international experiences offered by the Department, visit

If you're interested in participating, there will be announcements circulated during Fall semesters. If you have any other questions regarding these courses, contact Dr. Isaac Swensen.