From quiet pastures and ranches to bustling offices, careers in agribusiness are varied and growing. According to the Agricultural Council of America, 22 million people work in agricultural-related fields.
ACU’s agribusiness degree, designed by agricultural and business faculty, combines training in agricultural economics, business, and technical agriculture.
Agribusiness majors are prepared for business allied with agriculture, including banks and other lending agencies, real estate, insurance companies, farm supply and equipment companies, firms processing and marketing agricultural products and public agencies associated with agriculture.
|Credit hours||University Requirements: 56 credit hours
+ Major Requirements: 65 credit hours
+ Electives: 7 credit hours
= Total Required: 128 credit hours
|Department||Agricultural and Environmental Sciences|
|School/College||College of Arts and Sciences|
You’ll take courses such as:
Students in the Agricultural & Environmental Sciences Department at ACU learn outside the classroom through involvement in mission trips, service-learning, internships and a number of pre-professional organizations, including: