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Agribusiness Economics and Management: Agribusiness Management Emphasis (BSc)
Agribusiness Economics and Management: Agribusiness Management Emphasis (BSc)

Agribusiness Economics and Management: Agribusiness Management Emphasis (BSc)

  • ID:UA100004
  • Level:4-Year Bachelor's Degree
  • Duration:
  • Intake:
  • Type:Full-time

Fees (USD)

  • TuitionFee/Year:$37,200.00
  • LivingFee/Year:$10,000.00
  • InsuranceFee/Year:$1,999.00
  • TuitionFee/Year:$37,200.00
  • LivingFee/Year:$10,000.00
  • InsuranceFee/Year:$1,999.00
Estimated Total/program:
$196,796.00
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Admission Requirements

Entry requirements

English requirements

  • TOEFL iBT / iBT Paper Edition / MyBest Scores  , 70

  • TOEFL Essentials, 7.5

  • IELTS Academic / IELTS Online/ IELTS Indicator, 6.0

  • CEPT Full Academic Test, 100

  • Pearson English Language Test (PTE), 53

  • ACT English, 21

  • SAT Evidence-Based Reading and Writing, 580 or higher

  • Duolingo***, 100

Course Information

For students passionate about sustainably feeding a growing global population, this degree sets you up for success in the U.S. and beyond. In the Bachelor of Science program for Agribusiness Economics and Management, students can select one of two tracks; the Agribusiness Management emphasis focuses on critical management issues dealing with people, food, land, water and other natural resources. Classes help prepare students for careers using real-world data and case studies. Students learn how to manage sustainably natural resources, start and grow businesses, and engage in all aspects of providing access to nutritious food. Students engage in experiential learning of essential skills, including problem-solving, decision-making, project management, team participation and leadership. With an unemployment rate of less than 1%, a future in agribusiness economics offers stability and a fulfilling career.

LEARNING OUTCOMES

  • Subject Matter Expertise; Acquire working knowledge of the microeconomic analytical frameworks to evaluate alternative business and policy options.

  • Critical Thinking & Problem Solving; Correctly identify and define an economic problem; gather information and evaluate alternative approaches using appropriate theories and tools; propose and implement solutions; and evaluate the approaches.

  • Communication; Communicate precisely in written, spoken, and graphical form to economist and non-economist audiences.

  • Leadership & Collaboration; Collaborate effectively while demonstrating initiative and leadership as appropriate in workplace settings.

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First Year

1ST SEMESTER

  • GE Moderate Math Strand

  • ENGL 101 Foundation Composition

  • First Semester Second Language

  • GE Core: Exploring Perspectives or Building Connections

  • GE Core: Exploring Perspectives or Building Connections

2ND SEMESTER

  • Additional Math I

  • ENGL 102 Foundation Composition

  • Second Semester Second Language

  • ECON 200, Basic Economic Issues, Supporting Coursework

  • MIS111, Computers and Internetworked Society, Supporting Coursework

Second Year

3RD SEMESTER

  • GE Core: Exploring Perspectives or Building Connections

  • GE Core: Exploring Perspectives or Building Connections

  • GE Core: Exploring Perspectives or Building Connections

  • GE Core: Exploring Perspectives or Building Connections

  • GE Core: Exploring Perspectives or Building Connections

4TH SEMESTER

  • Additional Math II

  • GE Core: Exploring Perspectives or Building Connections

  • GE Core: Exploring Perspectives or Building Connections

  • ACCT 200, Intro to Financial Accounting, Supporting Coursework

  • Communication Skills

Third Year

5TH SEMESTER

  • ACCT 210, Managerial Accounting, Accounting II

  • AREC 304 Production & Consumption Analysis, Economics II

  • AREC 315, Agribusiness Economics & Management, Agribusiness Management Emphasis Core

  • AREC 339, Economic Statistics, Agribusiness Management Emphasis Core

  • Elective - Upper Division

  • AREC 397, Preparing for Career & Life Success

6TH SEMESTER

  • Communication Skills

  • AREC 360, The Poverty & Development of Nations, Agribusiness Management Emphasis Core

  • AREC 297, Excel Applications for Economic Analysis, Computer Skills I

  • BNAD Minor Course Upper Division

  • BNAD Minor Course Upper Division

  • Elective - Upper Division

Fourth Year

7TH SEMESTER

  • AREC 313, Economics of Future Markets, Agribusiness Management Emphasis Core

  • AREC 464, Economics of Policy Analysis, Agribusiness Management Emphasis Core

  • BNAD Minor Course Upper Division

8TH SEMESTER

  • AREC 403, Analysis of Economic Data, Agribusiness Management Emphasis Core

  • AREC 450, Financial Management for Agribusiness, Agribusiness Management Emphasis Core

  • Elective - Upper Division

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Career Opportunity

Career Opportunity

CAREER FIELDS

  • Business

  • Entrepreneurship

  • Farm, ranch or plant management

  • Retail food and beverage management

  • Information technology

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Overseas Student Health Cover

InsuranceFee: 1,999 USD

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