Agribusiness Management

If you're interested in the business and management side of today's agricultural industry, then Agribusiness Management may have what you're looking for.

Students in Agribusiness Management strive to improve efficiency, lower costs, and increase profit in agricultural and food-related businesses and firms.

You will take courses in agribusiness management, accounting, economics, marketing, finance, management, business law, management information systems, plus a specialization area that you design in collaboration with an academic adviser.

Why major in Agribusiness Management?

You may choose this major if you want to:

  • work in management, marketing, or finance
  • acquire skills to start and operate your own business
  • prepare for law school and a career in business or agricultural law

Career Opportunities for Graduates

The number of job openings in the agricultural industry annually exceeds the number of available qualified graduates.

A variety of career choices are available to you:

  • Business management
  • Commodity broker
  • Education
  • Government
  • Human resource management
  • International trade and affairs
  • Livestock manager
  • Marketing and sales
  • Production supervision

Learn More

Visit the Agribusiness Management Major website for course requirements, opportunities, and more information.

Contact Information

David Abler
  • Professor of Agricultural, Environmental and Regional Economics and Demography
Phone: 814-863-8630