The internationalization of agricultural curricula is an area of growing concern, importance and activity. A survey of Departments of Agricultural Economics indicates a very diverse situation with some international exposure for undergraduates at most universities. About one fifth of the departments have extensively internationalized their curricula with most offering some type of specialization. Another one fifth of the curricula have very little international content while the remainder offer various degrees of exposure with at least one specialized course, international content in other courses, study abroad programs and other activities.



international agriculture, economics, curricula

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