The facilities for graduate study in agricultural economics
are outstanding. Graduate students receive office
space in the Krannert Building, where faculty members
of the Departments of Agricultural Economics and
Economics have their offices. Classrooms, the
Management & Economics Library, and computer
facilities are all in the Krannert Building.
This compact arrangement enables students to use
their time efficiently and enhances opportunities
for dialogue among faculty and graduate students.
Purdue University and the Department of Agricultural
Economics have up-to-date computer facilities.
The department has a network of microcomputers
that is connected to the campus backbone by
fiber optics. Students and faculty also have
access to IBM 370 computers, UNIX, and supercomputers.
The campus network is connected via INTERNET to computers
around the world. So whether a student needs
microcomputers or supercomputers or anything in
between, it is all available from your offices
in the Krannert Building.