Global Resource Systems is a cutting edge, interdisciplinary, college-wide interdepartmental major that prepares students to make a difference in the world. This major is offered by the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences. The major emphasizes global and cross cultural engagement while equipping students with strong technical competency in a resource area of their choosing. If you have an interest in global agriculture, international resource issues, international development, and resource related businesses worldwide then the Global Resource Systems major is right for you.
Danika Schaaf shares why Global Resource Systems is right for her.
What kind of graduates does the program prepare?
The Global Resource Systems major will prepare students for leadership positions in international non-governmental organizations, global businesses, government agencies engaged in international trade and development, and globally engaged foundations, educational institutions and volunteer organizations. It aims to produce systemic thinkers and problem solvers with a global perspective who are trained in resource issues and able to lead teams representing high levels of cultural diversity.
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