Program DescriptionThe MAB program in Agricultural Business Management is designed to provide graduate professional training without a research orientation. It is for students interested in managerial or service careers in agriculture and related industries. Those who select this option normally do not plan to do graduate work beyond the Master's Program. The minimum thirty-six (36) credit hours are required both from Agricultural and Applied Economics and from other departments, with considerable flexibility permitted to meet special interests. The MAB degree program is designed to meet the growing need for agribusiness professionals with advanced conceptual and quantitative training. The degree proram provides a unique blend of analytical and business capability from both the Department of Agricultural and Applied Economics and the Rawls College of Business Administration.
Dr. Conrad Lyford, ProfessorLocation
Lubbock, Texas, USA
Contact Phone Number1 (806) 742-2821
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