Due to the cancellations and/or postponements of the GMAT and GRE exams in relation to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Office of the Graduate School is waiving the GMAT/GRE admission requirement for the Spring 2021, Summer 2021, and Fall 2021 for some programs. This program will be waiving the GRE. To see the list of programs that are still requiring the GRE, please visit the Office of the Graduate School’s Test Score Requirements Notice.
The Master of Agribusiness Management program is an interdisciplinary degree between the College of Agriculture & Life Sciences and the College of Business and is administered by the Department of Agricultural Economics. It is designed to prepare students for careers in the agribusiness sector by combining core MBA courses with specific agribusiness content and issues. We offer multiple emphasis areas – Veterinary Practice Operations Manager, Plant Agriculture, Livestock/Livestock Processing Agriculture and Policy & Economic Analysis.
With competitive prices and faculty with real world experience, you won’t find more value for your dollar than here at Mississippi State. The entire degree costs a little less than $24,000, which you can spread out while taking only one course (3 credit hours) per semester. Go ahead and look at other graduate programs ¬– we even encourage it – but you won’t find a program that keeps your needs in mind like we do.
You’ll be amazed at the job positions that are available like agricultural lenders, agriculture educators, farm managers, agribusiness managers, crop insurance agents/adjusters, commodity brokers, agricultural policy analysts, extension agents, marketing/sales representatives and financial and market analysts.
This coursework is designed to prepare students for careers in the agribusiness sector by combining core MBA courses with specific agribusiness content and issues. You will take graduate courses in accounting, finance and marketing along with graduate courses in the agricultural economics department.
"I grew up in Raymond, Mississippi on a small farm. My family raised sheep, so it's what I've always known. I came to Mississippi State for undergrad and majored in agricultural engineering technology and business. I thought I was going to get an MBA, then I got to looking into [the Agribusiness Management program], and it was a really good fit for me. I was going get business experience, but I was also going to keep that agricultural background. I am happy with my decision. I wouldn't have done it any other way."