Welcome to Agricultural Economics & Economics!
Thank you for your interest in the Department of Agricultural Economics and Economics at Montana State University. We understand that choosing an academic program is a big decision. In fact, our department strives to train students to examine information objectively and critically so they can make sound decisions about important issues. With that in mind, we invite you to take a look at our undergraduate and graduate programs and see how they can serve as a springboard to your future.
Our department is housed under the College of Agriculture (Agricultural Business) and the College of Letters and Science (Economics). Additionally, our Financial Engineering major is an interdisciplinary effort between the DAEE and the College of Engineering. Students in our undergraduate and graduate programs have gone on to make meaningful contributions in agriculture, business, public policy, law, government, advanced education, industry and research.
After you take a look at our programs, please let us know how we can assist you in
making your decision. We're happy to meet with you either in person or virtually to
answer your questions.
Agricultural Business - Major and Minor
Economics - Major and Minor
Financial Engineering - Major and Minor
About MSU and Bozeman:
Montana State University is a top-notch research university located in beautiful Bozeman, a city with a small-town vibe and big-city amenities. With a stunning backdrop of mountains, ample powder for ski enthusiasts, hiking and biking trails around every corner, world-class museums, a vibrant nightlife, locally owned restaurants, and Yellowstone National Park in our backyard, it's easy to see why MSU and Bozeman consistently appear high on "best of" lists ranking educational institutions and quality of life.
Some of our recent mentions include:
- U.S. News & World Reports: Best Global Universities (2021)
- U.S. News & World Reports: Best National Universities (2021)
- Money: Best Places to Live (2020)
- College Choice: Best College for Outdoor Adventurers (2020)
- Forbes: America's Top Colleges (2018)
- Forbes: America's Best Value Colleges (2018)
For more admissions information:
MSU's Undergraduate Admissions
The Graduate School