Agricultural Business Management (ABM)
The Bachelor of Science degree in Agricultural Business Management prepares graduates for increasing opportunities to enter managerial positions in ag-related businesses. The academic program combines core courses in agricultural business and economics with courses in science and technology. Students learn to apply the concepts, principles and terminology of business and economics to real-world issues and opportunities.
ABM Course Requirements
Agricultural Business Management – Biological Sciences/Business Management (BBM)
This academic program combines training in science with business and economics and leads to a Bachelor of Science degree in Agricultural Business Management with a concentration in the Biological Sciences/Business Management (BBM). The concentration is for students with a strong interest in science who seek alternatives to traditional science careers.
BBM Course Requirements
Agricultural Business Minor
The minor in Agricultural Business Management (ABM Minor) is offered to undergraduate majors in all departments except the Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics. The minor provides students an opportunity to learn basic business and economic principles that are useful in careers in agricultural and related industries.
Note: Students must contact Taylor Knittel early before their final semester to add the minor.
ABM Minor Requirements
Gain real-world business skills and a competitive edge with an undergraduate certificate in agricultural business management. The program is designed for students currently enrolled in an associate or bachelor’s degree program or who have previously earned college credit at the associate or bachelor’s levels.
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Agribusiness Entrepreneurship Program
Our courses extend beyond the classroom walls to give students hands-on, real-world experience in ideation, problem-solving and commercialization of new ventures and products. On top of all that, you’ll learn business principles and best practices, communication strategies and how to work as part of an effective team.
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