Agribusiness Master's Degree

Agribusiness Master's Degree

The Master of Agribusiness is a flexible, online, business-focused graduate degree for food, animal health and agribusiness professionals.

Broaden your knowledge and build your skill set in the fast-paced global agriculture marketplace through this award-winning program. This online ag business degree combines the support of experienced instructors and senior executives with flexibility through the latest technology, including online lectures and downloadable podcasts. The coursework is designed for professionals currently working in food, agriculture and animal health.

$35,100 program fee*
42 credit hours
Hybrid format

*Please contact us for the exact pricing for your situation. The amount you pay will be dependent on transfer credits, course choices and the sequence in which you take classes. We work hard to maximize employer tuition reimbursement for our students. We look forward to hearing about your situation and developing a plan for you. Learn more about tuition assistance, scholarships and financial aid.

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Program Details

You will participate in four separate, week-long residential campus sessions during the 2 ½-year program. We look forward to hosting you at either our Manhattan or Olathe campus to network, meet your classmates, interact with faculty face-to-face, and learn from leaders in our industry. The campus sessions also provide an opportunity to get a jump-start on your thesis, completion of which will give you a competitive advantage in the market. Students tell us these sessions are indispensable to their growth academically, personally and professionally. The program offers professional development and informational webinars. View the current and previous sessions.


Hamid Rutaro, ‘15

Hamid Rutaro was born and raised on a small 50-cow dairy farm in Uganda. When he was six years old, his grandmother gave him a goat as a reward for good grades in school. It was early that Hamid learned an important rule: success comes after hard work.


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