The Agribusiness Sequence is designed to advance students' knowledge of the theories of agribusiness management and the science of agricultural production and their application to decisions made by agribusiness managers. The academic content of this sequence concentrates on agricultural economics and business management subjects.
In this sequence, students choosing the thesis option or nonthesis option must complete the required degree core courses (seven hours) consisting of AGR 403, 445, and 497, and the following sequence requirements: MKT 430 and MQM 421;
three hours of business courses selected from MQM 420; FIL 411, 440; MKT 431; or ACC 450; and nine hours of advanced agribusiness courses selected from AGR 418, 420, 422 or 424. Students who completed a limited number of business courses as undergraduates may be required to take some or all of the
following foundation courses: ACC 401; FIL 404; MQM 402, MQM 406; MKT 403. Foundation courses cannot be presented for use in the Agriculture degree program.
All students complete a minimum of 37 semester hours.