International Agriculture and Development

Students electing this degree program through participating programs will earn a degree with a dual-title at the Master’s or Ph.D. level. Students receive a degree that lists their major program and International Agriculture and Development (INTAD).

The International Agriculture and Development (INTAD) program is offered through the Departments of Agricultural and Extension Education, Agricultural Economics and Rural Sociology, and Entomology. The dual title degree enables qualified students from the CAS and other select programs at Penn State to combine their major degree with an internationally focused program of study to gain global competency skills and techniques for application of their discipline in a global environment.

Thomas H. Bruening, Program Coordinator, Associate Professor, Agricultural and Extension Education
102 Ferguson Building

Edwin Rajotte, Co-Program Coordinator, Professor, Entomology
508 Agricultural Sciences and Industries Building

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