Agricultural Business – Food Systems
Do You Want to Improve the Sustainability and Value of our Food Systems?
Students with a concentration in Food Systems focus on the application of theoretical and analytic tools of applied economics within the context of food systems. The program of study explores the broadest context of food systems ranging from small-scale localized markets to traditional market-mediated commodity-based products to highly specialized, vertically coordinated supply chains. Students will be prepared to contribute meaningfully to improving the value provided by our food systems.
WHAT YOU’LL LEARN
- Solve real-world problems
- Address business problems and formulate alternative solutions
- Communicate critically and analytically
Where You’ll Find Us
Agricultural Research & Development Center
- Agricultural Lenders
- Commodity Marketing Analysts
- Agricultural Input Sales
- Agricultural/Food Business Owners
- Farm, Ranch, and Plant Managers
For more information, contact Aubriel Jones, Coordinator of Undergraduate Success for the Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics. Advising focus is on-campus students, last names A-J.
For more information, contact Jesse Kuklakis, Academic Success Coordinator for the Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics. Advising focus is on-campus students, last names K-Z.