Agribusiness programs prepares students to work in a wide range of fields within the area of agriculture, including farm management, production management, viticulture, retail food management, marketing, investment, sales, fertilizer production, or commodity trading. Students gain an in-depth understanding of the broad world of agribusiness, food systems, and environmental issues that relate to agriculture. As the industry evolves and changes, forces such as globalization and population growth have become more dominant in the decision-making process. Appropriate management of environmental resources has also become a key concern.
Students in these programs may specialize in agricultural supply, horticulture, international agriculture, agricultural equipment, agricultural business, agricultural production, or agricultural management. Many programs combine study in agricultural sciences with economics, decision-making, problem solving, and public policy training. Students graduate prepared to become a part of todays agricultural production or to enter the management levels of the industry.
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