Finance and Management Track Option
The finance and management track option within the agricultural business program primarily focuses on the economic aspects of agricultural business, including courses in accounting, statistics and general business.
Agriculture courses provide technical information about the food, fiber and natural resources industry, while finance courses prepare you for successfully managing agribusiness finances and supporting other agribusiness operations. With this combined knowledge, you will have an advantage as you enter your career—understanding both the agriculture and business communities.
The agricultural finance track option requires 22 hours for specialization. Visit the program requirements page for a complete listing of all required courses and track options.
Careers and outcomes
As an agricultural business student, you will be prepared for a variety of careers with public, private, nonprofit and governmental agencies. Specifically, the finance and management track will provide you with the necessary skills for the following careers:
- Agribusiness management
- Commodity trading
- Land management
- Real estate
Missouri State Career Center
To help you prepare and search for jobs, the Missouri State Career Center provides a database of current openings, tips for preparing your résumé and on-campus interview opportunities. The Career Center also compiles information about what you can do with an agricultural business major.