UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN River Falls
Agricultural Economics applies the principles of economics to the production of crops, livestock and other agricultural areas. It focuses on creating a business mindset, while providing students with hands on and real world experiences. Students gain valuable management skills that they can apply to a variety of areas within the agricultural industry.
According to the USDA, nearly half of job opportunities through the year 2020 for graduates in agriculture, food, natural resources and the environment will be positions in management and business (source). Majoring in agricultural business, agricultural studies and agricultural marketing communications will help students capitalize on those opportunities.
Agricultural Economics is the academic home of three majors:
The next Brown Bag Lunch and Learn sponsored by CABME is set for Monday, April 16. The topic is Get Comfortable with Conflict Management with Jennifer Blazek with UW-Extension for Dane County. Learn more. Email email@example.com to reserve your spot.
View photos from the spring break trip to Argentina with 25 students along with agricultural economics professors Brenda Boetel and Amber Remble.