CAFNR Students at South Farm use new technology at the MU Beef Research and Teaching Farm.

Earning an Agribusiness Management degree will equip you with the necessary quantitative, analytical and critical thinking skills to help you succeed as a leader and decision-maker in the global agrifood system. Our faculty teach business, economics, entrepreneurship, finance, marketing and management concepts in the context of production agriculture and the global food system. While stressing conceptual understanding, the program immerses you in opportunities to apply your skills and experience real-world problem-solving.

Agribusiness Management career opportunities include agribusiness and food industry sales, commodity and food product marketing, entrepreneurial endeavors, farm management and production, financial management and analysis, human and public relations, policy and law and supply chain management.

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