in Agricultural Economics
at the Ohio State University
qualifies you for professional, managerial or executive employment in the sectors of banking, agribusiness, international agencies, education or the public sector. You will receive a solid foundation in the changing economic and social environment and how it impacts on agriculture and resources. Ideally suited for further graduate studies.
phd students: An agribusiness Ph.D. program’s aim is to produce scholars who are trained in the latest methods of business and economic analysis and who can apply these methods to critical research problems faced by companies in the agribusiness industry. This background allows qualified graduates to apply for teaching and research positions at top-ranked research universities.Agribusiness Ph.D. students are typically involved with research in fields such as consumer behavior in food markets, derivatives, international agricultural trade and policy, strategic marketing by food retailers, commodity trading and risk management, food and fiber supply chain management