7 degree programs
Our degree programs provide our students with a world-class education they can apply to careers in sales, agribusiness issues, public policy, finance, entrepreneurship, marketing, environmental policy, management, real estate and academia.
5 centers & research labs
Our centers and labs are leading the discovery of knowledge relating to food, agriculture, economics and policy. Our renowned team of scientists are called upon to share their expertise with consumers and stakeholders to inform decisions and policy in the agriculture industry.
1,270+ enrolled students
Our students are training to be the next generation of business leaders and economics professionals.
Growing business leaders of character
“I appreciate how the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences is a place where students can grow to their fullest potential. Our department provides opportunities and experiences that challenge and grow students into leaders of character.”
Clayton Elbel ’23, Agricultural Economics Major
Spring Branch, Texas
Agricultural Economics News
Agricultural and Food Policy Center projects record-high fertilizer prices
Farmers and economists are wringing their hands on how to get a handle on record-high fertilizer prices heading into the 2022 crop year, and a new report compiled by the Agricultural and Food Policy Center at Texas A&M University suggests prices may not be done going up due to several factors.
Human Behavior Lab investigates calorie labeling impact on food choices
One of the most popular New Year’s resolutions is to eat healthier and make better decisions when choosing what foods to eat. But a recent study by Texas A&M AgriLife researchers shows there are often competing and conflicting forces at work when making food choices.