Business school—with a hands-on approach to the unique challenges of agriculture. Graduates thrive in ag-related 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
Target Major/Degree
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.

  • 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
  • Penn State AgriMarketing Team (NAMA)
  • Collegiate Farm Bureau
  • Collegiate 4-H

Major has one core curriculum