If you’re here to build a meaningful career in an industry with great job prospects and a wide range of opportunities, the Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics offers two majors to help you pursue your aspirations. Whether you choose Agribusiness Economics and Management (ABEM) or Environmental and Water Resource Economics (EWRE), you will roll up your sleeves and apply economic and data analysis to understand and find solutions to critical issues related to the management of resources including land, people, food, and water.
Become an expert on the economics of delivering food and water to the world. A Bachelor of Science undergraduate degree in agribusiness economics and management from the University of Arizona gives you a thorough understanding of applied economics, food production, and the use of water resources from seeds to sales, from farms to factories, and from turf to transport to table. This program is at the intersection of food, agriculture and business.
You’re passionate about developing new, long-lasting solutions to land, people, food, water and capital resource challenges, and you want to build businesses through the sustainable use of natural resources. You’ll learn how to apply business and economic practices, including data analysis, to solve problems and make decisions to further your career whether in the United States or abroad.
A bachelor’s degree in agribusiness economics and management will prepare you to work with private firms, government agencies, and intergovernmental agencies, or continue your studies in graduate school.
Agribusiness & Agri-Business Management, Business & Management
4 years | Full time
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What Can You Do with a Degree in Agribusiness Economics & Management?
There are a variety of career opportunities available to students who complete a bachelor’s degree in agribusiness economics and management, including:
Only one is required