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Animal Health Cohort

K-State OlatheNow accepting applications for the Animal Health cohort in August 2014.

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The Kansas State University Master of Agribusiness (MAB) distance degree program offers an MAB tailored to individuals working in the animal health industry.

The Master of Agribusiness is a combination of a MBA and M.S. in agricultural economics designed for working professionals. The “on-campus” portion of the program is held at K-State Olathe in August and October of each year.

In addition to the traditional courses you would find in MBA program such as finance and management, the Master of Agribusiness tailors each course to the industry and offers a Global Animal Health Industry elective to further customize the curriculum for the student. This will enhance students’ management and strategic skills to help them deal with the challenges of the rapidly changing environment within the animal health industry.

Animal Health Curriculum & Schedule:
Animal Health
Agribusiness Courses, 27 hours
AGEC 700 Applied Agribusiness Economics
AGEC 701 Computer Decision Tools for Agribusiness
AGEC 713 Agribusiness Financial Management
AGEC 720 Agribusiness Risk Management
AGEC 730 Applied Agribusiness Logistics
AGEC 740 Seminar in Agricultural Economics Analysis
AGEC 760 Econometrics in Agribusiness
AGEC 761 Optimization Techniques for Agribusiness
AGEC 770 International Agribusiness and Policy Analysis
AGEC 890 Advanced Food and Agribusiness Management

Animal Health Course, 3 hours
AGEC 750 Global Animal Health Industry: Emerging Issues, Challenges and Opportunities

Business Courses, 9 hours
MKTG 810 Marketing Concepts and Research
MANGT 820 Behavioral Management Theory

Thesis Hours, 6 hours
AGEC 899 Master’s Thesis

Total credit hours 42 hours

For a detailed list of courses, see Program Booklet.

More information
For more information about the MAB Animal Health cohort please contact us at or 1-785-532-4495.


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