The Bachelor of Science in Agribusiness prepares students for a variety of potential career fields including, but not limited to, agricultural law, agricultural policy analysis...
The new Bachelor of Science in Environmental Economics and Management readies students to tackle one of the central public policy issues of the 21st century: how to balance the demand for natural resources and the need to preserve our environment.
Our program stresses a thorough mastery of advanced economic theory, methods of quantitative analysis, and the applications of these methods to problems in the food and fiber system.
The MABM Program is a stimulating and unique program jointly offered by the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences and the College of Business and Industry and is administered through the Department of Agricultural Economics.
What We Do features our department's projects, publications, presentations, products and progress under six specialty headlines:Commodity Marketing, Community Economic Development, Farm & Agribusiness Management, Value-Added Marketing, Environment & Natural Resources, Policy & Risk
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