Master of Agribusiness/Professional MBA Dual Degree
The Master of Agribusiness (MAB) and Professional Master of Business Administration (PMBA) dual degree program allows students to earn both the MAB and PMBA degrees concurrently. The program is designed for students who want to advance their careers in the food, agriculture or animal health sectors.
Students will gain business problem-solving skills, organizational communication expertise, and change management acumen, while developing strategic analysis competencies leveraging technological tools that optimize workplace efficiencies.
The MAB/PMBA positions students for career advancement opportunities. The dual degree program also provides skills for entry into a career in food, agriculture or animal health, regardless of the industry in which a student currently serves. Advanced business skills provide graduates with broad marketability and career flexibility, enhancing mobility.
The MAB/PMBA dual program provides opportunities for students to continue their education without career interruption. Emphasis is given to blending classroom theory with applied projects to provide an unparalleled educational experience.
The dual degree option combines the best of both programs. The award‐winning MAB program has been building leaders in agribusiness for the last 20 years, and the PMBA program is a nationally ranked AACSB-accredited program with expertise in general business knowledge.
- 60 credit hours with professional thesis
- 4 one-week on campus sessions
- Flexible to fit your schedule
- Innovative distance technology
- International experience
- Courses Include
- Behavioral management
- Global trade and policy
- Logistics and supply chain management
- Strategy and optimization
Admission Requirements for the MAB/PMBA Dual Degree
- 4-year bachelor’s degree from an accredited university with at least a 3.0 GPA
- Two years of professional work experience
- Personal computer proficiency
- Undergraduate courses:
- 3 hours of accounting
- 6 hours of statistics OR 3 hours of graduate statistics
- 6 hours of macroeconomics, microeconomics or agricultural economics
- Business calculus course or pre-determined score in the quantitative portion of the GMAT
- Minimum score of 500 on the GMAT
- TOEFL/IELTS/Pearson Test of English, less than 2 years old (non-native English speakers only)