Students prepare to manage farms as owners, tenants, or employees; to work as professional farm managers for off-site owners; and to work in real estate appraisal, which requires state certification.
- Study the business, economics, and finance of commercial agriculture
- Gain valuable experiential insights about food and agribusiness through internships with leading companies
- Travel and experience commercial agriculture through experiential learning opportunities domestically and abroad
- Learn the complexities of managing a business, cost concepts, economies of scale, budgeting, financial statements, crop insurance, agricultural real estate, agricultural credit, and farmland as an investment.
Department: Agricultural & Consumer Economics
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Shape the future of food production and engage in the business of feeding the world. Earn your degree in a supportive environment where you’ll receive the personalized attention that nurtures big dreams… for big impact.