Students receive a broad exposure to policy, international trade, and agricultural development. The concentration provides a global and societal perspective for administration, government, policy analysis, social processes, and international economics.
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This program is ideal to prepare students to work in a firm with international interests or for federal or state government employment, including the many government agencies dealing with policy, trade and development.
Graduates are employed in local, state, and federal government, consumer groups, trade organizations, lobbying groups, higher education, the Peace Corps, and more.
Specific courses required include The World Food Economy (251), Environment and Development (411) or Agriculture in International Development (451), International Trade in Food and Agriculture (455) and Agriculture and Food Policies (456).
For more information about Policy, International Trade and Development, please contact:
Director, Ugrad Admissions & Advising and Teaching Associate
304a Mumford Hall
1301 W. Gregory
Urbana Illinois 61801