Bachelor of Science

in Agribusiness

The Bachelor of Science in agribusiness program combines training in agricultural economics, business and technical agriculture. Led by experienced faculty who integrate faith with their teaching, you’ll learn through classroom work as well as hands-on experience interacting in industry-related settings.

The Bachelor of Science in agribusiness program combines training in agricultural economics, business and technical agriculture. Led by experienced faculty who integrate faith with their teaching, you’ll learn through classroom work as well as hands-on experience interacting in industry-related settings.

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Application Deadline

February 1

National Candidates

May 1

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Program Structure

B.S. in Agribusiness

Degree Details

These are the important details you will need to keep in mind as you prepare your application and degree plan.

Required Hours

University Hours: 56
Major Hours: 65
Electives: 7

Total Required 128 credit hours

Example Coursework

  • General Animal Science
  • Managerial Accounting
  • Agribusiness Management
  • Environmental Law and Policy

Minor Available

Yes. Requirements for a formal minor are set by each department and may vary in hours.

Department

Agricultural and Environmental Sciences

Application Deadlines

Early Application Deadline
November 1

Application Deadline
February 1

National Candidates
May 1

What is Agribusiness?

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.

The education and experience you gain while earning a Bachelor of Science in Agribusiness degree at ACU will prepare you for a fulfilling career in this industry.

What can you do after graduation?

Jennifer Grimes gives a health exam to a dog -agribusiness program

Agribusiness majors are prepared for careers with a variety of businesses 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. 

  • Agricultural marketing
  • Livestock farm manager
  • Agribusiness analyst
  • Commodity trader
  • Farm appraiser
  • Agricultural policy analyst
  • Quality controller