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Welcome! 

We're so happy that you have enrolled in the MS-MBA in Food and Agribusiness Management Program. This site will serve as a guide to your experience in the Purdue section of the program. Here, you can find information about Purdue resources, specific information about your class (like residency information), information about your financial aid and payments, as well as contact information for Purdue faculty and staff members. 

Requirements to Complete the Program

To earn the master of science degree from Purdue, you are required to complete all 21 credits of the Purdue program with a 3.0 average.

The Purdue courses are as follows:

AGEC 684 – Applied Quantitative Methods for Decision Making (3 credits)
AGEC 681 – Economics for Food and Agribusiness Managers (3 credits)
AGEC 687 – Problem Solving and Project Management for Decision Makers (3 credits)
AGEC 685 – Advanced Quantitative Methods: Decision Making under Uncertainty (3 credits)
AGEC 682 – The Macroeconomic, Trade, and Policy Environment of the Food System (3 credits)
AGEC 688 – Business Analysis Capstone Course (3 credits)
AGEC 686 – Strategic Food and Agribusiness Management (3 credits)

You will also need to have completed at least 15 credits from Indiana University by the end of November of your second year. These 15 credits will be transferred to Purdue and no grade can be below a B-. If you have questions about this requirement, please talk with Taryn.

Kelley School of Business courses transferred to Purdue with a grade of B- or above are:

C521 - Managing Accounting Information for Decision Making (3 credits)
C570 - Strategic Marketing Management (3 credits)
C580 - Operations Management (3 credits)
C540 - Financial Management (3 credits)
C560 - Strategic Management and Business Planning (3 credits)

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Purdue Ag News

Sep 18, 2018

Purdue driving conversation about how agriculture technologies can be scaled up to save lives around the world

Expanding technologies that can improve and save millions of lives will be the focus of Purdue University’s Scale Up Conference on Sept. 25-27, the first of its kind in North America.

Sep 12, 2018

Peace at a price: Scientists see threats to Colombia’s environment

After more than five decades of hostility that cost hundreds of thousands of lives, Colombia has embarked on a new era of peace. But the peace brings its own risks: a chaotic transition could leave the country’s richly diverse forests unprotected and, ultimately, lead to a loss of resources and species that would harm rural populations.

Sep 12, 2018

Climate change poses uncertain future for Indiana’s aquatic habitats

Indiana’s average air temperatures are expected to rise by as much as 6 degrees Fahrenheit by mid-century, warming and reducing wintertime ice cover on the state’s lakes, streams, and rivers. At the same time, increases in winter and spring rainfall will likely wash more nutrients from farm fields into those water bodies, adding significant challenges to already fragile ecosystems.

Sep 11, 2018

Purdue ABE program ranked No. 1 for eighth consecutive year

Purdue’s Agricultural Biological Engineering Program (ABE) is ranked first in its category by U.S. News & World Report for the eighth consecutive year. ABE’s graduate program was ranked first earlier this year for the 10th time in the past 11 years.