A program that focuses on the application of economics to the analysis of resource allocation, productivity, investment, and trends in the agricultural sector, both domestically and internationally. Includes instruction in economics and related subfields as well as applicable agricultural fields.
Students majoring in Agricultural Economics can be awarded a degree up to a Masters degree. On average, 55% percent of men and 45% percent of women make up the degrees awarded across all college campuses. Agricultural Economics is has the largest number of granted degrees in Texas. The average annual income for a graduate with a bachelor's degree in Agricultural Economics is $44,600.
The top ranked institutions for Agricultural Economics majors include Texas A&M University-College Station, the University of Florida and Texas Tech University with 8 students receiving degrees in Agricultural Economics at Texas A&M University-College Station. Learn more about college options in the table below.