Comparative International Agriculture Minor
The minor provides students with opportunities to explore international agricultural concepts and practical experiences through global awareness coursework, cultural immersion via study or internship abroad, and through classroom learning about global issues in agriculture. The 27 credit hour curriculum prepares students for a wide range of international and domestic careers or graduate studies in international agriculture. Students examine current international agricultural issues, communication across cultures, and issues and trends in global agriculture. To be eligible to apply for this minor, students must have a cumulative 2.0 GPA or higher and be in good standing with Oregon State University. Students must also be in a declared major (may be outside of College of Agricultural Sciences).
All 27 credits for the minor must be completed with a C or higher grade. Students can complete 12 to 18 upper division credits and a maximum of 14 lower division credits. Required coursework is as follows:
This course is required for all students in this minor.
Participants in this minor program are able to:
Application Procedures - To apply for this minor, please complete these steps:
Schedule a 30 minute appointment with the Lead Advisor to discuss your interest in the minor . You may also call for an appointment at 541-737-2661, or stop by 108 Strand Ag Hall to schedule your appointment in person.
Complete the minor application form online. Instructions for complete the form are here: (see attached form).