Agribusiness Management

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Agriculture has become a worldwide industry in need of qualified people. Whether you aspire to be a farmer, grain and livestock buyer, or a fertilizer dealer, the University of Northwestern Ohio’s Agri-Business Management program offers you an education which encompasses every aspect of the Agriculture Industry.
100%

of Agribusiness Management Graduates are Employed or Continuing their Education*

Agribusiness is a global industry with changes happening in ethanol, seed sales, agronomy, chemical applications and more.  Understanding the business end of agriculture is extremely important in order to be successful.

There’s a dual approach to this program.  The first thing you’ll focus on is Agriculture.  Some of the areas of study include Agronomy, Animal Science, and the Futures Market.  The second area you’ll learn about focuses on the business end of Agriculture.  Some of the courses you’ll take include Marketing, Sales, and Accounting.

We’ll provide you with personal attention and a class structure which allows you to pursue employment and maintain a relationship with your family farm.  One of the unique aspects of the UNOH Agribusiness Management program is that you’ll be enrolled in agribusiness classes during your very first quarter.  At many other colleges, you don’t start taking these courses until your second year.

A degree in Agribusiness can prepare you for the following careers:
  • Farming
  • Ranching
  • Agricultural Management
  • Aquaculture
  • Machinery, seed, feed, and chemical distribution
  • Horticulture
  • Purchasing Agent
  • Agriculture Futures Investor/Trader
  • Land Use Planner

No matter what your goals are, you'll be prepared with an education from the Agribusiness Management program at the University of Northwestern Ohio.

*Percentages are based on surveys of our 2012-2014 academic year agribusiness management associate degree graduates who reported they are employed or are continuing their education within 6 months of graduation from the University of Northwestern Ohio.  There was a 75% response rate to this survey.