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Online Bachelor's in Agribusiness

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Develop skills employers want and study a combination of business management, agriculture, and science with this 100% online program.

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  • Duration 2 Years
  • Cost per Credit $470
  • Credit Hours 120

Program Benefits

  • Develop a cross-functional skillset
  • Customize your studies
  • No application fee or ACT/SAT scores required
  • Transfer up to 90 credits toward your degree

Gain Valuable Skills for a Growing Field

The online Bachelor of Science in Agribusiness from the Briner School of Business at Greenville University is an applied business management degree adapted for the agribusiness industry. It provides hands-on, experiential learning for success in domestic and international agricultural business environments.

Greenville University’s campus is located in the heart of the Midwest and surrounded by agribusiness giants for 500 miles. We have a deep understanding of the skills that top employers expect from agribusiness professionals and bring that knowledge to the online agribusiness degree through an industry-driven approach grounded in interdisciplinary learning. Students have the opportunity to serve in consulting roles for leading agribusiness companies by participating in our Experience First program, leveraging our connection to the field into valuable professional experience.

In this program, you will study business and market plan development, complete entrepreneurial lab exercises, and explore agricultural commodity market simulations. Graduates of this program are innovative, business-ready professionals with the skills to lead.

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B.S. Agribusiness Curriculum

The B.S. in Agribusiness from Greenville University combines a career-focused business management curriculum with specialized agriculture and science topics. Coursework includes economics, entrepreneurship, management, biology, ecology, and more. The program integrates Christian values into agribusiness practices, so you learn to develop solutions to industry challenges while maintaining an ethical, faith-based perspective.

Curriculum Details

Save on Tuition and Achieve Your Education Goals Faster

The Bachelor of Science in Agribusiness qualifies for Greenville University’s exclusive partnership with Wiley Degree Accelerator, helping you meet general education requirements at an accelerated pace for a more affordable price.

You can complete up to 50 credit hours of your general education coursework through Degree Accelerator instead of a community college or another university. These courses count for credit and are reflected on your official transcripts, helping you fast-track your bachelor’s degree. In the second part of your degree plan, you’ll complete your major with courses designed and offered directly by Greenville University.

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Program Outcomes

When you complete the online agribusiness degree program, you’ll be able to:

Career Outlook

When you earn your online agribusiness degree from Greenville University, you will be prepared to become a leader in a growing industry. Possible professional paths include farm appraiser, agricultural policy analyst, grain and livestock buyer, quality controller, market analyst, and more.

The average salary for agricultural managers is $67,950, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. This interdisciplinary degree gives you the business skills and agricultural knowledge you need for success in a variety of roles.

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Admission Requirements

To apply for the online agribusiness degree from Greenville University, you’ll need:

Admission Requirements

Tuition Details

This program is $470 per credit hour and includes 120 credits. To finish your degree faster and for a lower cost, you can transfer up to 90 credits.

Greenville University is proud to offer high-quality online programs with competitive tuition. We will work with you to ensure that your educational dreams are within reach.

Tuition and Fees

Learn From Agribusiness Experts

Greenville University’s distinguished and caring faculty bring relevant business and agricultural experience to the online classroom, so you learn valuable skills you can apply on the job. They are here to offer one-on-one support, encouragement, and guidance as you complete your degree.

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Why Online?

Study in a format that fits your life with our flexible and convenient online programs. Online learners receive personal support from application to graduation and experience the same academic rigor as on-campus students.

Online Learning Benefits

Financial Aid

Your education is an investment in your future. With our competitive tuition and transfer credit options, you can make your degree affordable. Learn more about federal aid, military benefits, and scholarships to fund your studies.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Our dedicated admissions team is here to help. If you have additional questions that aren’t covered here, contact us or call (855) 582-1233.

You can complete the program in one to two years if you transfer the maximum number of credits. Visit our courses page to review the curriculum.

Your total tuition will vary based on the number of credits you transfer to the program. For those who transfer the maximum number of credits, the estimated tuition for the major is $14,100. Please visit the program’s tuition page to review all tuition costs.

Yes. The Briner School of Business at Greenville University has received specialized accreditation for its business programs through the International Accreditation Council for Business Education (IACBE). Additionally, Greenville University has been accredited by the Higher Learning Commission since 1947.

Yes, you can transfer up to 90 credits to the B.S. in Agribusiness program. Transferring the maximum number of credits helps you complete the program in as little as 12 months. Review our admission details to learn more.

You will be ready to pursue positions across the agricultural employment landscape, which accounts for 11% of the jobs in the U.S., according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture. Career opportunities include agricultural manager, agricultural real estate appraiser, and quality control manager. Visit our careers page to learn more.

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