Specialize in what matters to you.

If you have a passion for agriculture, we have an agribusiness program that will tailor your passion to your best skills. A Huntington University Bachelor of Science degree in any of these areas will give you the knowhow you need to lead the way for food and resources production for the future.

Farmers, agronomists, and agribusiness leaders form Huntington University's Agriculture Council. Farmers, agronomists, and agribusiness leaders form Huntington University

Agribusiness degree areas include:

  • Animal Production
  • Communication & Public Policy
  • Crop Production
  • Economics & Finance
  • Entrepreneurial Small Business Management
  • Marketing
  • Ministry & Missions
  • Management

    Job opportunities for miles and miles.

    Indiana’s agribusiness sector is large and diverse. According to the Indiana Business Research Center at Indiana University’s Kelley School of Business, Agriculture has an estimated total annual economic impact of $38 billion and provides nearly 190,000 jobs in the state.

    The Purdue/USDA five-year outlook of employment opportunities for graduates in food, agriculture, renewable natural resources, and the environment, projected 57,900 job openings annually for the next five years in those fields. Only 35,400 graduates will have the training for those jobs. For the combined education, communication, and governmental services sector, we expect 7,200 job openings each year, but trained graduates will only fill 55% of those openings.