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    Kansas State University
   
 
  Aug 22, 2017
 
 
    
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2017-2018 Undergraduate Catalog

Agricultural Economics


Allen Featherstone, Head
G.A. (Art) Barnaby, Extension State Leader
Christine A. Wilson, Director of Undergraduate Programs
Jason Bergtold, Director of Graduate Programs
Allen Featherstone, Director of MAB Program

Professors: Amanor-Boadu, Barkley, Barnaby, Briggeman, Dalton, Featherstone, Fox, Lambert, Leatherman, Lilja, Schroeder, Schurle, Tonsor, Williams, and Wilson; Associate Professors: Bergtold, Hadley, Hendricks, Ibendahl, O’Brien, Pendell, Tack, and Xia; Assistant Professors: Coffey, Griffin, Harris, Perry, Sampson, Schwab, Shanoyan, Taylor, Villoria, Yeager and Yu; Instructor: Irvine; Adjunct Professors: Boland, Glickman, Jones, and Wissman; Research Assistant Professors: Ariyaratne, Golden, Ross, and Zereyesus; Program Administrator: Herbel; Program Coordinator: Hodgson; Emeriti Professors: Arata, Barton, Biere, Buller, Burton, Darling, Delano, Erickson, Flinchbaugh, Grunewald, Kastens, Kiser, Langemeier, Norman, Parker, Phillips, Schlender, and Woolverton.

342 Waters Hall
785-532-6702
Fax: 785-532-6925
www.ageconomics.k-state.edu

Our curricula offers students the skills needed in business, while balancing them with their own interests and career goals. The agribusiness degree has three options: agribusiness, food industry economics, and international. The agricultural economics major has three options: specialty, farm management, and quantitative. Two pre-professional programs (pre-law and pre-vet) are available under the specialty option, as well as an option with emphasis on natural resources and environmental sciences.


 

Programs

Bachelor of Science

Bachelor of Science/Master of Science

Certificate

Non-Degree

Courses

Agricultural Economics