International Agriculture and Resource Management - Certificate

The IARM Certificate Program is a transcripted certificate program provided through the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences. Its purpose is to expand the background and knowledge of graduate students seeking careers in international agriculture, natural resource management and related fields.

For more information, graduate students should contact the IARM program coordinator in the dean‘s office of the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences.

The IARM Certificate requires successful completion of the following:

Prescribed courses from the following focus areas: 112
Human Capacity Development for International Agriculture, Development and Natural Resource Management
Agricultural and Natural Resource Economic Trade and Policy
Foods Systems
Agricultural and Natural Resource Development
Conservation and Natural Resources
Capstone course3
International Agricultural Development
Seminar1
Select one of the following:
ALEC 681Seminar1
Attend 8 Borlaug Institute seminars
Total Semester Credit Hours17
1

Select 12 credit hours from one focus area with no more than 9 hours in one major.