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Agricultural + Environmental + Regional + Development + Economics = Impact

Housed in the College of Food, Agricultural and Environmental Sciences (CFAES), we have 22 world-class faculty members who provide world-class teaching, research and outreach in applied economics, with concentrations in the areas of agricultural economics and agribusiness, environmental and resource economics, international and development economics, and regional and urban economics.  Learn more about our Bachelor’s, Master’s and Ph.D. programs. 

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  • Farming in America is a complex undertaking. There exists great diversity in the size, structure and organization of farms.  All farming operations are integral to the U.S. economy and the supply of reliable food sources. To understand the agricultural sector better and maintain good...

  • Agribusiness and Applied Economics senior Haylee Zwick already has a job lined up post-graduation. In January, she will begin work as a grain merchandiser with Archer Daniels Midland (ADM). Still, she actively networked and continued to build her professional network while she attended Women in...

  • Constance Cullman began her practice of keeping an open mind when it comes to considering career choices as opportunities as a graduate student working on her master's degree.

Videos

EEDS: Balancing Economy, Environment and Development for a Sustainable Future
EEDS: Balancing Economy, Environment and Development for a Sustainable Future
Mike Fackler