The Master of Agribusiness program offers two elective courses for students to fulfill the elective requirement. Both courses are also offered each year open to anyone with a bachelor’s degree and two years of professional experience. For more information about either course, or to apply, you must notify the MAB Program Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org and then fill out a non-degree application*. Each course is $2,307.75 for three credit hours of graduate work.
Comparative Food and Agriculture Systems (AGEC 710) is a course for food and agribusiness professionals interested in getting an in-depth view of the global food system. The course will show you the real picture of the food and agribusiness industry from people who have experienced it first hand.
AGEC 710 is team taught by faculty at K-State’s partner institutions in Brazil, France, New Zealand, India, Thailand, Uganda, and Russia and the Former Soviet Union to give you a first-hand account of the history and conditions of each of the significant economic zones studied – MERCOSUR, European Union, Russia and the FSU, Oceania, sub-Saharan Africa, South Asia and East Asia. Comparative Food and Agriculture Systems is offered each year from mid-April to mid-August.
Animal Health Cohort
Economic Issues in the Global Animal Health Industry (AGEC 750) is an internet-based look into the economics of the animal health and companion animal industry. It presents students with in-depth analyses of the different dimensions of the animal health industry from a global perspective. The course assesses dynamics of the business and economic environments as well as the regulatory environment facing veterinary medicine products, feed ingredients and feed additives across the different species and around the globe. It engages students in exploring emerging issues, challenges and opportunities in the animal health industry and provides them with the tools and concepts to evaluate their impacts, assess their opportunities and develop effective responses. It is offered December-March.
*A non-degree seeking student is a person who wants to take one or more credits but does not want to seek completion of a degree program.