Undergraduate Studies in Agricultural and Resource Economics

Undergraduate Studies

Where your future begins

Food and Agricultural Business Major

Food & Agricultural Business Major

This could be the major for you if you're interested in playing a role in the U.S. agri-food system. Your future career could involve management, marketing, logistics, finance or policy. Concentrations are available in Agricultural Production and Technology Management, Law and Policy, Finance and Risk Management, and Food Industry Management.

Learn more about this major and the available concentrations by selecting "Majors + Concentrations" below.

Natural Resources and Environmental Economics

Natural Resource & Environmental Economics Major

If you have an interest in wise management of our land, water and other natural resources, this may be the major for you. Your future could include working for an organization dedicated to solving environmental problems.

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Accelerated BS-MS Program

We now offer an accelerated 5-year Bachelors of Science and Masters of Science (BS-MS) Program for qualified students. Students obtain a BS degree in Agricultural and Resource Economics with a major in Food and Agricultural Business or Natural Resource and Environmental Economics in seven semesters by completing 120 credit hours, including 9 hours of graduate courses that count towards both the BS degree and the MS degree. Students then go on to obtain a thesis-based MS degree in Agricultural and Resource Economics (Agricultural Economics Concentration or Natural Resource Economics Concentration) in three semesters and one summer, completing an additional 22 credit hours of graduate work.

Learn more about the program by selecting "Accelerated BS-MS" below.