The Texas A&M University Department of Agricultural Economics is renowned for training high-caliber students in high demand degrees and programs. Our students go on to pursue careers in industry, government, private sector and law. We offer small class sizes and provide undergraduate and graduate students with superior problem-solving and critical thinking skills applied to environmental, public policy, marketing and sales, entrepreneurship, finance, real estate and agribusiness issues.
Specialized Program Options
Our department offers specialized, tailored programs to provide students with more opportunities to excel academically and grow professionally. Our department is home to renowned programs like the Weston AgriFood Sales Program and the Dianne and M. Edward Rister ’74 Agribusiness Entrepreneurship Program, where students participate in hands-on learning and skill-based training in industry best practices and connect with leading experts to start building their professional network. The department is also now home to the Financial Planning Program. The Financial Planning Minor is available to all undergraduate students currently enrolled at Texas A&M University in a degree-seeking program. This program prepares students for leadership roles in the financial planning profession.
Minors and Certificates
Our minors and certificates complement your degree to provide you with an additional competitive advantage as you search for job and career opportunities after graduation.
- Agribusiness Entrepreneurship Minor
- Agricultural Economics Minor
- AgriFood Sales Minor
- Undergraduate Certificate in International Trade and Agriculture
Student life at Texas A&M
Join future business professionals and entrepreneurs who think outside the box with the support of a dedicated, close-knit faculty and staff backing them every step of the way.
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