Agriculture and Natural Resources Pre Law - Minor

College of Agriculture and Applied Sciences

About This Minor

The Agriculture and Natural Resources Pre Law minor at Utah State University provides students with a foundation in agriculture, natural resources, and law.

The program equips students with the knowledge and skills necessary to pursue careers or further education in law and policy related to agriculture and natural resources.

What You Will Learn

Students will gain an understanding of agricultural and natural resource law, policy analysis, legal and ethical environment of business, and United States government and politics. They can also choose electives from a range of topics, such as law and economics, environmental policy, natural resources law, employment law, and constitutional theory.


At a Glance

College: College of Agriculture and Applied Sciences

Department: Applied Economics Department

USU Locations:

  • Logan campus

Faculty: View profiles of faculty members on the department directory.

Learn More: Program website

Program Requirements

Career And Outcomes

Career Opportunities

  • Environmental Attorney
  • Agricultural Policy Analyst
  • Natural Resources Specialist
  • Regulatory Affairs Manager
  • Land Use and Zoning Lawyer



We will build on your goals and experiences while working together to design an individualized semester-by-semester plan. Your personalized plan will help you see a path from where you are now on to graduation. Even if you are unsure of the major you would like to pursue, we can help with resources and ideas.

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