The Department of Agricultural Economics takes great pride in the quality students that graduate from our program. We endeavor during your time on-campus and beyond to develop personal relationships and customize your educational goals with your career goals.
Getting an education is a major goal, but it’s one which usually leads to the real goal — landing that all-important first job that launches your career. To help make that leap, our students turn to the personalized, comprehensive services offered by the Department of Agricultural Economics and Career and Employment Services.
HOW OUR GRADS MEASURE UP
The efforts of the Department of Agricultural Economics contribute to our strong graduate employment rate. On average, calendar year 2009 graduates available for employment were earning an average salary of $43,000 within six months of graduation or continuing to work on a graduate degree.