Enhance your experience with farm or ranch management, finance and economic analysis of agricultural businesses and organizations.

Classes

Agricultural Business Management minors must complete 27 credits, 12 of which must be upper division. No courses from a student’s major can be used for the minor. 

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Learning Outcomes: 
  1. Analyze and evaluate agricultural and food business problems and management decisions employing commonly used business software, utilizing various forms of capital and cash-flow budgeting, as well as historic and pro forma firm financial statements.
  2. Formulate agricultural and food business strategies and marketing plans for both generic commodities and specialized products.
  3. Explain how external forces such as law, environmental regulation, and government policies impact agribusiness decision making.
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Degree: 
Agricultural Business Management
Level: 
Undergraduate Minor
Department: 
Department of Applied Economics
Class Location: 
Corvallis Campus
Ecampus (Online)
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Contact Tjodie Richardson, our Undergraduate Advisor