As a student studying Agricultural and Food Business Management (AFBM), you will learn how to use economic concepts and management tools to effectively identify, analyze, and solve management problems for both small and large companies.
This major is jointly coordinated by CFANS and the Carlson School of Management, so you’ll benefit from access to professors, research, and resources from both colleges within the University of Minnesota. Students in this major have priority registration for classes at the Carlson School and can opt to pursue minors offered by the either college that align with their areas of specialization.
Agricultural Markets and Risk Management: This track focuses on commodities, inputs, marketing and market analysis in the food system.
Entrepreneurship and Business Management: This track focuses on developing business and marketing plans for small businesses.
Financial Analysis and Business Management: This track focuses on careers in banking, brokerage, insurance, real estate, and financial management.
Food Sales and Industry Management: This track focuses on marketing for large food and agribusiness companies.