Business school—with a no-nonsense approach to the unique challenges of agriculture and the food industry. Graduates thrive in agricultural businesses and banks, insurance companies, and government. Others continue academic journeys at MBA programs, law school, and more.

Interest Areas
  • Business
  • Food
  • Policy and Regulatory Affairs
  • Animal
Options

Major has one core curriculum

Careers
  • Agricultural cooperatives
  • Agricultural risk management and consulting
  • Agrimarketing agencies
  • Ag retail management
  • Commodity brokers
  • Financial and lending institutions
  • Food processing companies
  • Futures and options exchange organizations
  • Government agencies
  • International trade and policy organizations
  • Market analytics
  • Product procurement and supply chain 
Student Clubs and Organizations
  • Agribusiness Management Club
  • Collegiate Farm Bureau
  • Collegiate 4-H
  • Penn State AgriMarketing Team (NAMA)
Facilities, Centers, and Institutes

Unique facilities for a unique major. Agribusiness Management combines the facilities and resources of the College of Agricultural Sciences and the Smeal College of Business, including innovative business labs.

Target Major/Degree