This page contains information for current AGEC students. For prospective student information, please click the button below. To make an appointment to speak with an academic advisor, please call the 765.494.4201.

Explore, apply, and prepare for your Study Abroad Opportunity by visiting the Purdue Agriculture Study Abroad, International Programs in Agriculture (IPIA) website. 

Purdue Agriculture Study Abroad

To apply or learn more about scholarship and fellowship opportunities, visit the College of Agriculture's Office of Academic Programs scholarship webpage.


College of Agriculture Scholarships

Undergraduate students in the department of agricultural economics, who meet certain GPA requirements, will be invited to engage in honors research. Talk to your academic advisor or visit the AGEC honors program for more information.

AGEC Honors Program

Your pursuit of higher education begins at Purdue University. Learn more about Purdue's graduate programs by visiting the Graduate School website.

Graduate School


Laura Barrett in DC
AgEcon Senior Spends Summer in Washington, D.C. as Congressional Intern

Each summer, Purdue students studying at the College of Agriculture have the opportunity to apply...

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Halee Fisher
Sophomore Named Co-Chair Director of Purdue Rising Professionals

AgEcon Sophomore Halee Fisher (Quantitative Reasoning; Millersburg, IN) began serving as the...

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Megan Bixler with 4-H colleagues
AgEcon Sophomore Gives Back to Local 4-H Program through Summer Internship

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99% Placement Rate
99% Placement Rate

Students in the agricultural economics program have a 99% placement rate at graduation

Globally renowned program
Globally renowned program

Purdue is home to the #7 Agriculture program in the U.S.

Average Starting Salary
$51,277 Average Starting Salary

Students in the agricultural economics program have an average starting salary of $51,277