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The Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics
has teaching, research, and extension components. We offer undergraduate programs leading to the B.S. in agricultural economics and management or in environmental and water resource economics. At the graduate level, we offer the M.S. or, in conjunction with the Department of Economics, the Ph.D. Our extension programs are focused on crop and livestock budgets, marketing and management, environmental and natural resource policy, and regional economics and development. We also make available a variety of newsletters, books, extension publications, and research papers.