Career Opportunities

The education provided through the International Agriculture and Development (INTAD) graduate program allows students to earn a dual-title degree in both INTAD and their primary program. The dual-degree can increase students’ career opportunities by appealing to a wider range of prospective employers. INTAD enables students to develop expertise and skills, as well as acquire experience in international agriculture and development, all while maintaining professional identification with their primary discipline.

International Agriculture and Development (INTAD) faculty members join well-known experts in the fields of agriculture, agricultural economics, policies and policy making, international trade, agricultural pest management and quarantine, and extension education.

Upon graduation from the program, students can find career opportunities with such international organizations as: