Food and Agricultural Economics (FAE) Concentration

The food and agricultural economics (FAE) concentration conducts research, teaching, and extension directed at a wide variety of audiences and stakeholders.

FAE is uniquely positioned to address comprehensive vertical (from land to consumer) problems and issues in the entire agricultural and food sector, including:

  • Marketing
  • Demand analysis
  • Production economics
  • Policy and trade analysis
  • Quantitative methods
  • Technological change
  • Agribusiness finance
  • Management

Concentration Requirements

In addition to the general MPS requirements, students can choose from a range of electives taken from appropriate courses numbered 4000 or higher, as approved by the student's advisor.