The purpose of this course is to expose students to international agribusiness, agrimarketing, agricultural education, and agricultural research. Through experiences with traveling overseas, students will be able to identify and will examine distinguishing characteristics, including agricultural issues, economic structures, technological similarities and differences, education models, research agendas, ideas, values, images, cultural artifacts, and attitudes of people in a society or culture outside the United States.
Program Dates: Maymester 2020
Courses: 3 credits
- ARE 494/ ALS 494: International Agriculture (3 credits)