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Internationally Oriented Courses

International Agriculture Certificate students are required to complete 9 credits of internationally oriented coursework in addition to the foreign language, International Agriculture Course, and International Agriculture Internship.  Pre-approved courses are listed below. To request acceptance of a course not on this list, the syllabus must be submitted to the Office of Global Programs for consideration.

Agricultural and Applied Economics

  • AAEC(ENVM) 6710 - Rural Economic Development and Growth
  • AAEC 6960 - International Agricultural Trade
  • AAEC 8710 – Advanced Agricultural Development and Growth

Agricultural and Environmental Sciences

  • (AESC)EETH 4190/6190 - Agricultural Ethics

Agricultural Leadership

  • ALDR 4600/6600 - Issues in Contemporary Agriculture
  • ALDR 8030 - Diffusion of Innovations

Crop and Soil Sciences

  • CRSS(HORT) 6600 - Agro-Ecology
  • CRSS(HORT) 6600L - Agro-Ecology Laboratory
  • CRSS 7300-7300L - Wildlife Management in Agricultural Ecosytems  

Food Science and Technology

  • FDST 6100 – Governmental Regulation of Food Safety and Quality

Horticulture

  • HORT 6990 – Environmental Issues in Horticulture

Additional Courses

  • ECON 6550 – International Trade:  Theory and Policy
  • ECON 8510 – International Economics I
  • ECON 8520 – International Economics II
  • EDMS 9120 – Comparative and International Perspectives in Middle Grades Education
  • EFND 7010 – Comparative and International Education
  • FINA 6810 – International Finance
  • FINA 7810 – International Financial Management
  • FORS 6200-6200L – International Forest Business
  • FORS(ECOL)(GEOG) 6250 – International Forest Management
  • GEOG 6660 – Urban and Regional Development
  • HIST 8220 – Latin American History Research Seminar
  • HPAM 8500 – Comparative Health Care Systems
  • INTL 6000 – International Policy Formation and Implementation
  • INTL 6200 – Pre-Seminar in International Relations
  • INTL 8205 – Decision Making in International Relations
  • INTL 8210 – International Organization
  • INTL 8220 – International Law
  • INTL 8230 – International Conflict
  • INTL 8240 – International Political Economy
  • INTL 8270 – Politics of Trade and Security Policy
  • INTL 8380 – Russian and East European Politics
  • INTL 8390 – East Asian Political Systems
  • INTL 8420 – Game Theory in International Affairs
  • JRMC 8350 – International and Cross-cultural Communication
  • MGMT 7560 – International Strategic Management
  • NRRT 7900 – Tourism and Sustainable Development
  • PADP 8240 – Nonprofit Organization in and International Perspective: INGOs and Globalization
  • PORT 4040/6060 – Race and Class in Brazil
  • WILD 5200/7200 – International Issues in Wildlife Conservation
  • WMST 4130/6130 – Transnational Perspectives on Women and Gender