Academics


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Undergraduate Program

Agricultural business prepares you for a career as a decision maker who will apply business management concepts to agricultural businesses. The Bachelor of Science in Agriculture (B.S.A.) with a major in Agricultural Business (AGBS) offers students three concentration options. This allows students to better position themselves for opportunities in agribusiness management, agricultural marketing in both the domestic and international arenas, pre-law, public policy, and entry into graduate school. Additionally, students majoring in other disciplines at the U of A have the option of completing a minor in agribusiness. 

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Graduate Program

Our department conducts timely and relevant economic and social research which focuses on the production and distribution of agricultural products, the use of natural resources and the needs of rural people. Our faculty works closely with our graduate students to provide a comprehensive and affordable education that prepares graduates for careers as leaders in the business, financial, legal and environmental communities. Five program concentrations are available, including thesis/non-thesis options and international opportunities, such as our world-acclaimed ATLANTIS program.

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Financial Aid and Scholarships

Several scholarships within the department and college are available to students. Some are generally focused and without additional criteria, while others require specific criteria be met. These details are listed on the scholarships page. This page also provides useful contacts, information and resources pertaining to applying and accepting scholarships. Each semester, every student's financial aid is evaluated for aid eligibility based upon their enrollment on the term's census date. For specific financial aid requests, please visit Financial Aid in Silas Hunt Hall, room 114, M-F, 8am to 5pm.

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