AgribusinessCollege of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources

What you will learn

The Agribusiness Program is a joint program between the College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources and the College of Business Administration. The program is designed to prepare you to be a professional and/or entrepreneur with the educational background, experiences, and savvy to become a successful decision-maker in the rapidly changing agribusiness world.

Career Opportunities

With an Agribusiness degree, one can find exciting careers in Entrepreneurship and Business Management, Agribusiness Management, Financial Services and Lending, Real Estate Management and Investment, Commodity Trade and Price Analysis, International Marketing, Grain Merchandising, Public Relations, Agricultural Product Sales and Marketing, Public Policy Analysis and Development and Law or Graduate School.

The NEBRASKA difference

We are the first Agribusiness Program nation-wide between two colleges, combining Business Administration and Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources. We are also rank as one of the top three programs in terms of undergraduate curriculum and student activities. An International Study minor builds a strong understanding of agriculture and natural resources on a global scale for the students, and the Annual Industry Tour provides networking contacts with professional leaders in the agribusiness industry.

There are readily available internship experiences for students which provide valuable real-world learning opportunities beyond the traditional classroom setting, and students greatly benefit from a one-on-one working relationship with faculty advisers and mentors—through advising, research projects, and campus jobs.

We are also home to the UNL National Agri-Marketing Association (NAMA) and were named outstanding chapter nation-wide in 2007, 2006 and 2005!

Agricultural Economics/Agribusiness Club (AEAC) provides networking opportunities with agribusiness professionals, faculty and other students nation-wide. The Nebraska AEAC Quiz Bowl Team has placed in the top five teams three of the last four years, and UNL has had the top undergraduate student two of the past four years.


The University of Nebraska-Lincoln split-campus environment allows you to choose a campus feel that fits you. With classes on both campuses, you'll experience the smaller college atmosphere of East Campus and the busier, more cosmopolitan City Campus. The Department of Agricultural Economics, home to the Agribusiness Program is located on East Campus in H.C. Filley Hall where you will find student computer labs, a research library, and an Undergraduate Program Office dedicated to helping you find the perfect mix of opportunities and learning experiences to develop and meet your career goals.