Career Opportunities

Career Opportunities

Students graduating from the Agricultural Business Development program can expect to find employment as technical sales representatives, food brokers, accountants, agricultural market analysts, and food marketing representatives. Other graduates may work in the agricultural business world as financial managers, sales managers, or may choose to work in local and national government agriculture offices. It is estimated that approximately 46 percent of agriculture jobs are in management and business occupations.

Many national, regional and local businesses and organizations support Agricultural Business Development students through internships, employment upon graduation and through academic projects:

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Admissions Requirements

Transfer: Minimum GPA of 2.5 from transfer college, having had adequate high school mathematics preparation, and basic computer literacy.

While not required, students with a background in agriculture or business may be more successful as the program includes a strong agriculture- and business-based curriculum.