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Master of Agribusiness

Our Program

The Master of Agribusiness program is built around the busy lives of food, animal health and agribusiness professionals. The delivery of the program breaks down barriers associated with earning a master's degree such as access to a university campus, job changes, relocations, and job-related travel.

Our program is structured to appeal to professionals employed in all segments of the industry, and is geared toward adult learners.

The MAB program now has two options:

  1. The original cohort at the K-State campus in Manhattan, KS, USA with January start
  2. A cohort for Animal Health professionals at K-State Olathe, KS, USA with an August start

For more information and program details see the Program Booklet.

Special Assistance
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