Master of Agribusiness
More than 20 years building agribusiness,
one leader at a time.
K-State’s Master of Agribusiness is an award-winning, online business-focused master's degree for food, animal health and agribusiness professionals. Not an MBA in agribusiness, and not an M.S. in Agricultural Economics, but a professional degree program training managers for one of the most rapidly changing industries today.
As you consider your next steps, let's schedule an advising appointment so we can learn more about you and where you would like to go with the skills learned in the MAB. Schedule an Advising Appointment.
#TuesdayTalks Webinar Series:
- MAB Information Webinar - November 9, Noon
- MAB Information Webinar - December 14, Noon
Farm Journal Field Days: Visit A Cutting-Edge Kansas Operation featuring #MABClassof2002 Lon Frahm
The Importance of Managing Risk During Uncertain Times, AgCareers.com
Master's Degrees Can Provide Hands-On Learning, AgCareers.com
ICYMI: Archives of recent #TuesdayTalks webinars can be found on our YouTube channel or click the links below:
- Logistics and Supply Chain Management Challenges Webinar - October 23, 2021
Dana Brooks, President and CEO of the Pet Food Institute, leads the discussion focusing on logistics, supply chain management and the challenges of Covid-19 in the pet food industry.
- Sensitivity and Income/Expense Analysis Webinar - September 28, 2021
Sara Trattles ('19) and Dr. Keith Harris ('06) lead a discussion around their 2019 work creating a sensitivity and income/expense analysis for Michigan highbush blueberries.
- Customer Perceptions of Pet Food Brands - May 25, 2021
Lonnie Hobbs, Jr., PhD student in K-State's Department of Agricultural Economics, shares the results of his research project that examined customer perceptions of two brands of pet food: Purina ONE SmartBlend and Blue Buffalo Life Protection formulas.
- Introduction to Hedging using Futures Markets - April 27, 2021
Dr. Brian Coffey from K-State's Department of Agricultural Economics leads an introduction to hedging using futures markets.
- Commodities Update - March 23, 2021
Josh Roe with the Kansas Corn Growers Association, Kaleb Little with the Kansas Soybean Association, and Taylor Williamson with Kansas Wheat discuss new research and other trends they're seeing in the major commodities, both locally and across the U.S.
- Supply Chain Management during a Global Pandemic - February 24, 2021 with Dr. Keith Harris