We produce problem-solvers who can apply business and economic principles to industries rooted in food, agriculture and the environment. Our students have the opportunity to gain entrepreneurial skills by participating in the Agribusiness Entrepreneurship program. Road trips and internships increase our value-added package. Our alumni success stories show that a degree in Agricultural Business Management will open doors across the Ag. industry.
Summer Internships: AgCarolina
We assist our students with finding summer internships that count as college credit. Our students intern at business such as AgCarolina Farm Credit, BASF, Bayer Crop Science, Personify, and Terra Green Landscapes among others.
Ag Business Management majors have a rare opportunity each semester to get out of the classroom and visit agribusinesses, gaining valuable experience and building connections.
Reggie Strickland, Entrepreneur
Building a farm from 150 acres to over 4,000 acres, Reggie Strickland is a successful farmer in eastern North Carolina. He plays an active role in ARE's entrepreneurship program so he can pass his experience and wisdom on to the next generation.
The Coastal Entrepreneur
Charles Eason was one of the first students to sign up for the Entrepreneurship Program. He is the first of many success stories to come.
Agribusiness Entrepreneurship Program
The Agribusiness Entrepreneurship Program is building new business ventures and bright futures through agriculture. Create, ideate and marry both the technical and business sides of agriculture with this powerful course.
The Perfect Pitch
In the ARE Entrepreneurship Program, hopeful student entrepreneurs must build a business pitch that stands up to investor scrutiny.
After earning a degree in Agricultural Business Management, Donny gained tools that provided him with the knowledge to be both a better manager and grow his farm from 2,000 to over 10,000 acres.