Department of Agricultural Economics
The Department of Agricultural Economics has developed the undergraduate program to allow students to specialize their academic experience.
Whether you are interested in agricultural economics or agribusiness, we have the perfect plan for your time here at Oklahoma State University.
The flexibility of our degree programs and their options enable students to broaden their education in specialized areas of interest.
Cooperation and careful planning with other departments within CASNR and the College of Business Administration can allow students to obtain a minor or double major by taking a small number of additional courses.
Student Testimonials: What do students appreciate most about OSU’s Department of Agricultural Economics?
"I thoroughly enjoyed and appreciated my experience in the Agricultural Economics department at OSU. I am thankful to have been a part of the AGEC family where the faculty and staff continue to invest in the future of their students. Within the department I was able to develop mentors, network with industry professionals, make lifelong friends, get involved in serving our college, as well as obtain a first rate education learning through real world examples and hands on experiences."
Agribusiness, Marketing option, '12
"My experience in the Agricultural Economics department at Oklahoma State prepared me by applying concepts learned in class to real-life examples which helped students learn to recognize economic problems and apply classroom information to solve them. Every professor in the department made a real effort to insure their students succeed in the classroom and professionally after graduation"
Agribusiness, Pre-Law option,'04
M.S. Agricultural Economics, expected '14
"I have been interested in economics since high school, but here in the CASNR Agricultural Economics department my interest has grown into a passion. The courses have taught me relevant skills for the real world, and the faculty is second to none. I can honestly say I have never felt more challenged, yet more at home, than in this department.
Agribusiness, Agricultural Communications, expected '14