The K-State Master of Agribusiness program provides food and agribusiness professionals strategies for making informed decisions based on an understanding of current issues and a combination of analytical and problem-solving skills to implement solutions to firm-level problems. Information is presented so that students integrate key concepts while immediately applying what they have learned. Students complete company-related projects in many courses, solving issues for their firms. The applied focus of the degree is enhanced by the interaction of students employed in all segments of the food and agribusiness sector.
Students in the third year of the program identify a company-related issue or problem that they will solve through the development of a professional thesis. The concepts and skills acquired throughout the program are applied while researching and writing the thesis. It is common for a student's thesis to become part of their company's polices or instrumental in decision-making practices.
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