Students receive a broad exposure to policy, international trade, and agricultural development.

Undergraduate Major

The concentration provides students with a global and societal perspective for administration, government, policy analysis, social processes, and international economics. Understand domestic and global challenges related to food production, development, and the environment

  • Learn how to use economics to evaluate policy responses to these challenges
  • Develop analytical skills to evaluate data and quantify relationships between policy, trade, food production, environmental outcomes, and human well-being
  • Work with international development agencies to improve the well-being of farmers and families in developing countries
  • Take part in an immersive experience studying in places like Sierra Leone, China, or Brazil

Delivery: In-Person

Department: Agricultural & Consumer Economics


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Pursue independent research on a topic in agriculture, trade, or development policy. Earn your degree in a supportive environment where you’ll receive the personalized attention that nurtures big dreams… for big impact.

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