The Department of Agricultural and Applied Economics offers four majors: agribusiness, agricultural and applied economics, environmental economics and management, and food industry marketing and administration.
Minors allow students to specialize in an area of interest, often through elective options in their major degree plan. Learn more about the several minors offered by the department.
The agricultural and applied economics department offers a Certificate in Agribusiness Law for students who want to go to law school or who want to learn more about the legal side of food and agriculture industries.
Learn more about exciting career and internship opportunities available for agricultural economics undergraduates and alumni.
Spend your spring break studying international agribusiness and environmental management while discovering agricultural practices in Uruguay's Montevideo, Punta del Este, Treinta y Tres and surrounding cities.
Check out the variety of scholarships available to agricultural economics students and all College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences students.
Clubs are a great way to get involved with other students in your program on campus, and can be a great networking opportunity too. Check out some of the clubs for CAES students.
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