Like most of our world, agriculture has changed dramatically and is infinitely more complex than most people can imagine. Today, most agriculture is seen as a technology- based industry that includes production, agriscience, and agribusiness. Not only are agriculture graduates in demand to produce food, but also to package and transport it, market it, regulate its production, and finance it. Agriculture graduates play key roles in monitoring our lakes and streams and planning for the efficient and safe future of our water supply, land, and other natural resources.

What You'll Do

  • Choose 30 hours of agriculture courses (agriculture, agronomy,
    animal science, and/or horticulture), in consultation with an
    advisor, to supplement the agribusiness core courses.
  • Be prepared for positions in management, sales, marketing,
    finance, policy, and related areas in the agricultural and food
  • Be provided with a basis for graduate work leading to graduate

What You'll Study

  • AG245 Agricultural Economics
  • AG334 Agribusiness Finance
  • AG470 Agribusiness Sales
  • AC 221 Principles of Accounting I

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Internships & Career Opportunities

  • Agriculture Sales
  • Area Marketing Manager
  • Assistant Farm Manager
  • Bank Examiner
  • Crop & Pest Advisor
  • Extension Agent
  • Farm Manager
  • Field Inspector
  • Food Production Manager
  • Grain Marketing & Sales
  • Loan Officer
  • Operations Manager
  • Production Representative
  • Quality Control Analyst
  • Research Technician
  • Winemaker


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