Careers in agribusiness and agriscience encompass thousands of different industries and agencies worldwide that are involved with the food and natural resources systems upon which we all depend.
Many of our graduates have established careers in such fields as: agribusiness, agricultural and environmental law, agricultural communications, agricultural economics, banking, commodity brokering, environmental quality consultation, high school agriscience education, international trade, financial and price analysis and youth development.
Some of the companies and agencies that hire our graduates include:
Cooperative Extension / N.C. Department of Agriculture /public school systems / U.S. Department of Agriculture / U.S. Natural Resources Conservation Service / American Express/ Bank of America / Cargill / Dow Agro-Science / Dupont / Eli Lilly / John Deere Inc. / Kraft / Syngenta / US Borax / and more.
When you become an Aggie, you will find unlimited professional opportunities in the career fairs and information sessions we organize with potential employers. Our graduates are readily recruited, and often have more than one job offer upon graduation. The student organization, Minorities in Agriculture, Natural Resources and Related Sciences (MANNRS) is a great professional development resource for Aggies.
Students in the Department of Agribusiness, Applied Economics, and Agriscience Education also have opportunities to gain on-the-job experiences through internships. Many of these experiences lead to future employment and graduate study opportunities. Other students go on for master's and doctoral degrees at prestigious universities such as Pennsylvania State University, Michigan State University, Iowa State University, North Carolina State University, University of Florida, University of Kentucky and others.Please contact the Department of Agribusiness, Applied Economics and Agriscience Education for more information about agricultural careers in business and education.