If you are an undergraduate major or minor in Agricultural Business and would like to see an advisor, please contact the Undergraduate Advisers Mr. Ator, Dr. Trina Biswas, or the Director of Undergraduate Studies, Dr. Fannin.
For in-person advising with Dr. Fannin and Dr. Biswas email Jody Bisset at firstname.lastname@example.org or call her at 225-578-3282. She has both Dr. Fannin's and Dr. Biswas's calendar and can schedule your undergraduate advising appointment to see them.
For in-person advising with Mr. Ator directly contact him at the phone number or email id given below. He will also take walk-in advising appointments if he is in the office.
For online advising you can directly email Dr. Fannin, Dr. Biswas, and Mr. Ator at their respective email ids.
Director of Undergraduate Studies
Office: 130 Martin D. Woodin Hall
Phone: (225) 578-0346
Office: 125 Martin D. Woodin Hall
Phone: (225) 578-2375
Office: 111 Martin D. Woodin Hall
Phone: (225) 578-2759
Careers in Agricultural Business
Management Positions in Agribusiness, Food, & Fiber Firms
Commodity, Wholesale, & Retail Marketing
Finance & Banking
Government & the Public Sector
Natural Resource and Environmental Management
Policy and Economic Analysis
Post-Undergraduate Education (Graduate School, MBA Programs, Law School)
B.S. in Agricultural Business (No concentration)
B.S. in Agricultural Business, Concentration Agribusiness Finance
B.S. in Agricultural Business, Concentration Food Industry Management
B.S. in Agricultural Business, Concentration International Business
B.S. in Agricultural Business, Concentration Rural Development
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