Assistant Professor of Practice Poppert
Visiting Assistant Professor Lee
A degree in Agribusiness prepares an individual to manage agricultural businesses and agriculturally-related operations. Agribusiness is designed to prepare a student for employment in a wide variety of fields including business, finance, international agriculture, agricultural marketing, policy formation, farm and ranch management, resource economics, rural development, banking, and real estate appraisal. The curriculum focuses on management and skills necessary for students to succeed in running their own businesses or a range of agricultural jobs. The degree emphasizes decision-making skills, understanding of the agricultural-food system dynamics, and leadership/management qualities to enhance students’ contributions to agribusiness ventures.
Student Learning Outcomes
As a result of completing the Agribusiness program, students will:
- Recognize how key business concepts integrate with agricultural practices.
- Analyze complex agribusiness situations using business strategies and tools.
- Synthesize ideas and think critically to foster agribusiness sustainability.
- Cultivate career readiness skills that are important to employers.