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Majors in economics, environmental and resource economics and management, agricultural economics and management, and agribusiness find employment in private industry, government agencies, and with non-profit organizations. Opportunities to work in foreign countries are also available. Graduates of each of these degree programs find a wide variety of career opportunities.
Students in the School of Economic Sciences are encouraged to strengthen the quality of their undergraduate experience by developing internships with federal, state, or local governments, private businesses, or non-profit organizations.