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Undergraduate Minors

Adding an undergraduate minor to your major program of study can broaden your knowledge and increase your value to future employers. You'll typically take six classes (18 units) in your chosen subject area to complete your minor. 
If you're already pursuing an undergraduate major in agribusiness economics and management or environmental and water resource economics, you're not eligible to declare these minors because the classes offered for the major and minor overlap. You may choose a minor in a different area of study. 

Agribusiness Economics & Management Minor

  • Complete 18 of the required units of agricultural and resource economics coursework
  • Earn a minimum 2.0 GPA in the minor to graduate
  • Not all courses are offered each semester
  • Junior class standing is recommended for upper division courses
  • Must complete ECON 200 and Calculus Math 113, or their equivalent or higher, as prerequisites
  • Requirements may change from year to year
  • Meet with AREC academic advisor prior to declaring ABEM or EWRE minor.

View the agribusiness economics and management minor checklist

Environmental & Water Resource Economics

  • Complete 18 of the required units of agricultural and resource economics coursework
  • Earn a minimum 2.0 GPA in the minor to graduate
  • Not all courses are offered each semester
  • Junior class standing is recommended for upper division courses
  • Requirements may change from year to year
  • Meet with AREC academic advisor prior to declaring ABEM or EWRE minor.

View the environmental and water resource economics minor checklist

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 Trellis Advise or send an email with your questions.