Agriculture and Agribusiness is a highly evolving and dynamic environment and our students are exposed to real-world experiences and hands-on learning. Our students and faculty work together to build a strong community and create the culture of the Agricultural Economics & Agribusiness department. We support experiential learning opportunities through the off-campus study abroad programs, internships, volunteer work, field-based research and industry engagement activities.
We encourage students to become involved on campus and find ways to promote general interest in the field of agricultural economics, agribusiness, and applied economics.
Below are a few suggestions.