Students in agricultural economics learn to apply economic and financial principles to the analysis of problems in agriculture, business, government, and other areas. The degree program offers students the opportunity to gain skills in planning, evaluation, and management that are useful in both private- and public-sector enterprises.
Agricultural economics students must choose one of five available options:
- Applied Economics Option
- Farm and Ranch Management Option
- Public Policy Option
- Quantitative Analysis Option
- Pre-Law Option