International Food and Agribusiness Management Association
Undergrad, Graduate, Extension and International Ag Programs
To cope with the diversity and complexity of today's agriculture, young men and women need strong backgrounds in the business and economic concepts that relate to agriculture, agribusiness and the management of natural resources. Also, a technical knowledge of agriculture and a broad-based background in the life sciences is highly desired by employers. Such training is available in Auburn University's Agricultural Business and Economics curriculum (AGEC) which is administered by the Department of Agricultural Economics and Rural Sociology. Whether you are interested in agribusiness, farming, finance and credit, government service, resource and environmental economics, international agriculture, education, or your own business, this program offers opportunities for you. The MBA in agribusiness or natural resource management is offered in a program coordinated with the College of Business. Admission is through the College of Business. Requirements include a total of 36 graduate credit hours, 24 in business, and 12 in economics.
Valentina Hartarska, Graduate Programs Officer
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