The NC State Agribusiness Entrepreneurship Program gives students an unparalleled opportunity to engage in real-world business development.
Based on a hands-on learning process involving entrepreneurs, start-ups, and transdisciplinary teams in a clinical setting, students learn how to look at new ideas and figure out the steps necessary to commercialize them. They also interact with local businesses and help them succeed.
An initiative of the CALS Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics at NC State, the Agribusiness Entrepreneurship Program serves as a concentration for agribusiness management students and a minor for students in other majors who are interested in entrepreneurship as applied to agriculture.
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