Agribusiness Entrepreneurship - Minor
The Agribusiness Entrepreneurship Minor is for students who are interested in starting their own business; working in an existing family-owned business; working for an entrepreneur; pursuing employment with a bank or financial institution; or wanting a working knowledge of business development practices and strategies.
Students will choose to develop a business plan for their own professional career pursuit, or to evaluate a business from an investor’s or consultant’s perspective in the coursework included in this minor. The instructor and student will mutually agree on a business venture and business settings selected. The options for students' businesses are wide and varied, with locations in either a rural or metropolitan setting
A critical ingredient in the Agribusiness Entrepreneurship Minor is learning to establish and develop a large network with successful entrepreneurs and other professionals. This minor offers ample opportunities for you to learn how to develop networking strategies in the classroom and in social settings.
Innovation and entrepreneurship are not limited to one field/degree area; therefore, the Agribusiness Entrepreneurship Minor is open to all majors. Students must have a cumulative GPR of 2.0 or higher to be approved to pursue the minor. Students must earn a grade of “C” or better in all required minor coursework.
|Code||Title||Semester Credit Hours|
|AGEC 315||Food and Agricultural Sales||3|
|AGEC 424||Agribusiness Entrepreneurship – Economic Analysis||3|
|AGEC 425||Agribusiness Entrepreneurship – Financial Analysis||3|
|AGEC 434||Rural Financial Markets and Financial Planning||3|
|Select one from the following:||1|
|Establishing Agribusiness Entrepreneurship Networks I|
|Establishing Agribusiness Entrepreneurship Networks II|
|Select one from the following:||3|
|Agribusiness Entrepreneurship – Budgeting|
|Entrepreneurship and New Ventures|
|Entrepreneurial Small Business|
|Entrepreneurship: The Lean Startup Approach|
|Special Topics in... 1|
|Total Semester Credit Hours||16|
Must be taken as MGMT 489 Innovative Product Design: The Lean Startup Method.
Must have declared a major.
Must meet all prerequisites for each course listed above prior to enrolling in any required course.
Must make a grade of 'C' or better in each required course.
Must have a cumulative GPR of 2.0 or higher.