International Trade and Agriculture - Certificate

Open to All Majors

The Certificate in International Trade and Agriculture (CITA), offered by the Department of Agricultural Economics, is designed to provide students with a complete knowledge and understanding of the global forces shaping change in agriculture. The CITA is available to all students provided that all prerequisites are met. The program requires a minimum of 15 credit hours in designated courses. Also, students must earn a grade of “C” or better in each course used to meet CITA requirements. Students who pursue the CITA must complete all requirements prior to graduation. Specific certificate requirements are available in the Undergraduate Programs Office, Room 214 of the Agriculture and Life Sciences Building, of the Department of Agricultural Economics or at: http://agecon.tamu.edu/undergraduate/current-students/curriculum/certificate/

AGEC 429Agricultural Policy3
AGEC 452International Trade and Agriculture3
AGEC 453International Agribusiness Marketing3
Select two from the following:6
Macroeconomics of Agriculture
Global Agricultural Issues
Global Social Justice Issues in Agriculture
Culture Theory, Orientation and Adaptation
Cultural Pluralism in Agriculture
Peoples and Cultures of the World
Cultural Change and Development
Intercultural Communication
International Communication
Economic Development
Macroeconomic Theory
International Trade Theory and Policy
Principles of Rangeland Management Around the World
International Finance
Geography of the Global Village
Geography of Latin America
International Environment of Business
International Management
Global Marketing
Western European Government and Politics
Political Systems of Latin America
International Cooperation
Government and Politics of the Former Soviet Union
International Political Economy
Comparative Governmental Institutions
International Sport Business
Total Semester Credit Hours15

Study abroad, foreign languages, and international internships are encouraged and allowed to contribute toward the 15 hours required for the certificate. No more than three hours of foreign language or six hours of study abroad or six hours of international internship may be counted as credit toward the certificate.