Minor in International Agriculture, Food & Natural Resources

The world is becoming increasingly complex and integrated in nearly every category of human endeavor. An understanding of how global markets, natural resources, food production, and international trade and cooperation are affected by societies, languages, cultures, and governments is an essential component of a well-rounded 21st century education in AFNR. To facilitate these studies, the multidisciplinary International AFNR Minor offers academic recognition for achieving a level of expertise in coursework of international focus.


  • Fifteen credit hours (select from below) are required for the minor. 
  • At least 6 credit hours must be at the 3000 or 4000 level. 

Although the focus of this minor is not to add foreign language skills, students are strongly encouraged to invest in language to make themselves more competent in the international arena, to gain a competitive advantage for employment, and to advance their careers overall.

Choose at least 15 hours from the following:
ABM 3271International Agricultural Development3
ABM 3272International Food Trade and Policy3
ABM 3150International Agribusiness3
ABM 3230Agricultural and Rural Economic Policy3
AFNR 2190International Agriculture and Natural Resources3
AFNR 2191International Agriculture and Natural Resources - Humanities3
AFNR 2192International Agriculture/Natural Resources-Social Science3
AFNR 4993Internship in Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources3
AN_SCI 2110Global Animal Agriculture2
ATM_SC 3600Climates of the World3
F_S 2195Grapes and Wines of the World3
FOREST 4385Agroforestry I: Theory, Practice and Adoption3
HSP_MGMT 4200Destination Management3
NEP 1310Food and Cultures of the World3
PRST 2082Domestic and International Sports Environment1
SOIL 4320Genesis of Soil Landscapes4
Foreign Language Course4

Application for Minor

Students interested in declaring this minor should complete the online form here.

Questions should be directed to the Office of Academic Programs (cafnradvising@missouri.edu).

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