About the Morrison School of Agribusiness

The Morrison School of Agribusiness at the W. P. Carey School of Business addresses global food and agribusiness issues, preparing undergraduate and doctoral students for careers in the public sector, the private sector, and academia.

Agribusiness programs

Undergraduate concentrations in agribusiness innovation and technology and food industry management are bolstered by a core business curriculum delivered by the highly ranked W. P. Carey School. Experiential training is a key aspect of agribusiness degrees at ASU — discover the impact of our programs, including student and alumni perspectives.

Agribusiness PhD students have the opportunity to investigate issues of critical importance to the global food economy such as consumer behavior in food markets, strategic marketing by food retailers, supply chain management, derivatives and risk management, and international agricultural trade and policy as they train to lecture and conduct research at top universities world-wide.

Polytechnic campus

The Morrison School of Agribusiness is located on ASU’s Polytechnic campus. Located in Mesa in the heart of the growing East Valley, the Polytechnic campus is home to more than 6,000 students exploring ASU's professional and technological programs.

The Agribusiness Center is a 41,000-square-foot building that houses a consumer behavior laboratory and accompanying test kitchen, and a market information/trading room, the Kemper and Ethel Marley Foundation Lecture Hall, and a number of fully-mediated classrooms and computer stations.