Global Agribusiness

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Global Agribusiness
Business Degree

Global Agribusiness

Accounting for more than 50 percent of the global economy and employing 25 percent of Americans, the world relies on the agribusiness industry to produce, finance, and market the food, fiber, and energy products that sustain mankind. Delivered by the Morrison School of Agribusiness at ASU's W. P. Carey School, the business degree in global agribusiness teaches you to navigate the complex global food and agribusiness system.

Global Agribusiness Courses

With a business degree in global agribusiness, you’ll secure immediate relevance and staying power in an essential marketplace. Develop hands-on experience and high-level knowledge through courses like:

  • Agribusiness Analysis
  • Agribusiness Finance
  • Agribusiness Management
  • Agribusiness Marketing
  • Agribusiness Production Technologies
  • Agricultural Risk Management and Insurance
  • Commodity Futures and Options Markets
  • Global Marketing Management
  • Global Supply Chain Management
  • Global Supply Operations
  • International Agricultural Policy
  • International Management and Agribusiness
  • Marketing and Business Performance
  • Organization and Management Leadership
Customize Your Experience 

The business degree in global agribusiness is delivered on ASU’s Polytechnic campus, offering you a hands-on learning environment and small-college atmosphere in the heart of the East Valley. It's a warm and serene campus, featuring innovative lab space, sustainable buildings, and more. Discover more ways to customize your experience at W. P. Carey:

Careers in Global Agribusiness

There are 54,400 jobs per year in agriculture, but only 29,400 college graduates to fill them. The business degree in global agribusiness prepares you for diverse opportunities, including any of the careers below.

Career Growth* Median Salary*

*Data obtained from the Occupational Information network (O*NET) under sponsorship of the U.S. Department of Labor/Employment and Training Administration (USDOL/ETA).

  •  Bright Outlook
  •  Green Occupation
Agricultural Sciences Teachers, Postsecondary 15.12% $80,490
Agricultural Technicians  8.77% $34,070
Aquacultural Managers   $69,300
Buyers and Purchasing Agents, Farm Products    $55,720
Computer User Support Specialists   $46,420
Economists 5.82% $91,860
Environmental Economists   5.82% $91,860
Farm and Home Management Advisors 1.16% $46,760
Farm and Ranch Managers     $69,300
First-Line Supervisors of Agricultural Crop and Horticultural Workers   $43,660
First-Line Supervisors of Animal Husbandry and Animal Care Workers   $43,660
First-Line Supervisors of Office and Administrative Support Workers 11.00% $49,330
Food Science Technicians 8.77% $34,070
Food Scientists and Technologists 16.32% $58,070
Graders and Sorters, Agricultural Products 0.17% $19,150
Nursery and Greenhouse Managers   $69,300
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All students are required to meet general university and W. P. Carey admission requirements.

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