To earn your bachelor’s degree in agribusiness through the College of Business, you will take 120 credit hours of courses, equating to four or five courses per semester, on average.
Plant Science (PLAS 131)
Study plant biology for food, fuel and fiber production. Explore ecosystems, water, nutrients and carbon assimilation in variable environments.
Farm and Ranch Management (AECN 201)
Learn economic principles and business concepts for farming and ranching. Topics include budgets, enterprise analysis, leasing and pasture management.
Agribusiness Entrepreneurship in Food Products Marketing (AECN 225/MRKT 225)
Explore marketing strategies in the food systems channel, from producers to consumers. Create a strategic marketing plan for a new food product.
Operations in Supply Chain Management (SCMA 331)
Discover analytical management techniques for demand, acquisition and resource transformation in various organizations, including private and public enterprises, service and manufacturing.
Managing Behavior in Organizations (MNGT 360)
Examine the many factors that affect organizational behavior, such as employee engagement, communication and decision-making. Explore the role they play in the management of work.
Introduction to Commodity Marketing (AECN 235 /MRKT 235)
Explore how commodity markets were created, how commodities are traded from producers to final consumers and the role of transportation and storage.