Internships and Independent Study

Internships and independent studies are great ways to gain experience while earning academic credit in the Agribusiness Management program.

Internships and independent studies allow you to apply knowledge gained in the Agribusiness Management program to a business of your choice. They can also help you market yourself to a potential employer.

Students have the potential to earn 1-15 credits through the course AG BM 495: Internship in Agribusiness Business Management. The internship should consist of supervised field experience that is related to the student's interests.

Students also have the potential to earn credits through the course AG BM 496: Independent Study.

To earn credit for an internship or an independent study, students must consult with an Agribusiness Management (AG BM) instructor, and complete either:

Internship Opportunities: