Bachelor's of Science in: Agribusiness
Utah State University's Bachelor of Science in Agribusiness program is designed to give students a view of the financing, marketing, and management of food production. Farming and livestock, food production, and human nutrition are all areas that relate to the area of agribusiness. This program is for students interested in the business of feeding the world. This field of business differs from other sectors, as government intervention plays a large role. This degree program aims to prepare students for dealing with the complexities in the management and production of agribusiness.
This program gives a firm foundation in business fundamentals, along with the specialization in agriculture and food production, allowing students to pursue careers in many areas. With this degree, students may pursue careers in stock and commodity brokerage, food marketing and sales, and commodities trading. The program may be ideal for those with an interest in production, finance, sales, and land management. It is possible for students pursuing this degree to earn a dual degree in Agribusiness and Agricultural Systems Technology. This allows for a more specialized education for students interested in the more technical side of the field. Those that enroll in the dual-major track take higher-level mathematics and theoretical economics courses.
Completion of this program is contingent on satisfying the 120 credit hour requirement. This total is made up of a bulk of required courses and 12 credits of electives from the College of Agriculture. Possible courses include Managerial Economics, Firm Marketing and Price Analysis, and Math in Agricultural Resources and Regional Economics.
Delivery Format:100% Online
Accreditation & Licensing
Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities
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