In a global economy where many commodities come from regions around the world, an understanding of international agriculture is a valuable addition to any degree. Agricultural prices and policy are often affected by international factors.
Agricultural development is key to reducing poverty in developing countries since the poor are usually concentrated in rural areas.
If travel, world commerce and agricultural development interest you, explore a minor in International Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources.
A student who wishes to pursue an International Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources minor should visit with the adviser chair, Laura McCann, Ph.D.