This degree stresses quantitative, statistical, and analytical decision-making processes of production, marketing, processing, distribution, and retailing of agricultural products. Common employment areas include the manufacturing and processing industries, financial institutions, state and federal governmental agencies, commodity groups, and farm management firms. Many students choose this option if they wish to pursue graduate studies in agricultural economics areas other than agribusiness management.
4-Year Advising Guide
This guide describes the courses offered in the program and the semesters they are offered. The guide will help students plan each semester of study.
Course Tracking Sheet
The Tracking Sheet helps students keep a record of courses completed.
The guide describes courses that are recommended for transfer into the department.