Agricultural Economics



How does government policy affect the price of apples? The answer to this question is surprisingly complex. It involves everything from oversized apple crops in China to water conservation laws in Washington State.

In a rapidly changing field, agricultural economics majors look at the big picture. Whether learning about international trade, resource management, or environmental policy, students learn how to apply economic theory to real-life situations that affect how food is grown, bought, and sold.

Leaders Who Majored in Agricultural Economics