Our graduates go on to careers in health care, finance, entertainment, sports, real estate, agriculture and more, and we provide the resources they need to help them achieve their professional goals.


  • Agricultural economist
  • Commodities broker
  • Entrepreneur
  • Environmental economic policy analyst
  • Environmental educator
  • Environmental regulatory specialist
  • Farm and ranch manager
  • Financial analyst
  • Food category manager
  • Geographic information system specialist
  • Legal assistant/paralegal
  • Real estate agent
  • Nonprofit manager
  • Sales representative
  • Statistician/forecaster/modeler
  • Stockbroker
  • Water quality manager
  • Wholesale buyer

Professional Development and Career Preparation

From resume checks, cover letter reviews, mock interviews and use of technology rooms for virtual interviewing, students in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences have access to two career related support centers.

All students are invited to create a profile and start searching for on and off campus job and internship opportunities in Handshake. 

Are You a Current Student? Connect with an Advisor.

Danielle Buhrow, undergraduate senior academic advisor and graduate program coordinator for the Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics, is here to help! Schedule an appointment in eSMS or send an email with your questions.