Agricultural Business Management collage
Learning Outcomes: 

A Student Learning Outcome (SLO) describes what a student is expected to learn as a result of participating in academic activities or experiences. SLO's focus on knowledge gained, skills and abilities acquired or demonstrated, and attitudes or values changed.

  • Explain microeconomic theory at the intermediate level.
  • Analyze and evaluate agribusiness problems and management decisions using business software.
  • Utilize and apply statistical methods to analyze commodity markets and economic data.
  • Formulate marketing plans and strategies for both generic commodities and specialized products.
  • Explain how external forces such as law, environmental regulations, and government policies impact agribusiness decision making.
Career Paths: 
  • Marketing Coordinator
  • Agricultural Produce Broker
  • Investment Banker
  • Trade Analyst
  • Commodities Broker
  • Economic Analyst
  • Compliance Analyst
  • Agricultural Program Manager
Learn more: 

Current Research in the Agricultural Business Management Field

For more information, contact Tjodie Richardson, adviser for Applied Economics.

Undergraduate Minor
Bachelor of Science (B.S.)
Applied Economics
Class Location: 
Corvallis Campus