Bachelor of Science in Agribusiness

The Bachelor of Science (BS) degree in Agribusiness prepares students for a career in the growing agribusiness sector of the economy, which is producing, processing, and distributing an increasingly large proportion of the nation’s food and fiber. Expanding export opportunities also are increasing the need for graduates to fill positions in agribusiness.

An agreement between the College of Agriculture and Life Science and Mays Business School limits the total number of undergraduates enrolled in Agribusiness to 400.

This Agribusiness program combines the Agribusiness Common Body of Knowledge requirements of a degree in business with course work emphasizing the unique institutional and managerial challenges facing agribusinesses. By participating in this program, students will be able integrate business management principles with technical knowledge to develop practical decision-making skills.

The degree program is jointly administered by Mays Business School and the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences. The freshman admission, on-campus change-of major, off-campus transfer admission and readmission processes for the Agribusiness major are coordinated by the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, Department of Agricultural Economics and Texas A&M University’s Office of Admissions.

Students enrolling in the program may elect to have an advisor from either the Undergraduate Advising Office at Mays Business School or the Department of Agricultural Economics in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences.