The International Agriculture and Natural Resources Minor helps students to internationalize their Herbert College of Agriculture learning experience gaining global perspectives through coursework and study abroad. The Minor consists of 15 hours with a core study abroad experience that is bookended by an introductory and a capstone course.  The introductory course AGNR 180 Global Dynamics: Food, Biodiversity​, and the Environment satisfies 3 credits of Social Science General Education.  The remaining credit hours are designed to be very flexible so that students of all majors across UTK can achieve the Minor with careful planning.


Students should contract Adam Willcox for advising on the Minor.​​