Agribusiness

The Agribusiness major provides training in business including accounting, management, marketing, finance and economics, along with training in the agricultural sciences. The major offers students flexibility in preparing for a wide variety of careers in agriculture and agribusiness. The major provides all students excellent foundational training in applied economics and business management while offering students the opportunity to specialize in specific areas.

Management

Prepares students for careers with firms involved in the processing, manufacturing, and distribution of agricultural products.

Career Opportunities:
  • Agribusiness manager - median annual salary of $64,170
  • Agricultural economist - median annual salary of $65,480
  • Agronomy sales - median annual salary of $58,600
  • Loan officer - median annual salary of $63,400
Curriculum

Policy and Law

Prepares students to analyze and evaluate policies and programs from an economic perspective.

Career Opportunities:
  • Agribusiness manager - median annual salary of $64,170
  • Agricultural economist - median annual salary of $65,480
  • Agronomy sales - median annual salary of $58,600
  • Loan officer - median annual salary of $63,400
Curriculum

Production

Prepares students to analyze many of the issues associated with the economics of agricultural production and its distinct characteristics.

Career Opportunities:
  • Agribusiness Manager - median annual salary of $64,170
  • Agricultural Economist - median annual salary of $65,480
  • Agronomy sales - median annual salary of $58,600
  • Loan Officer - median annual salary of $63,400
Curriculum