University of Manitoba

University of Manitoba

Agribusiness and Agricultural Economics


Room 268, Drake Centre, 181 Freedman Crescent

Winnipeg, MB






Program Information

Degrees Offered:


Format: Campus

Program Description:

he purpose of graduate training in Agribusiness and Agricultural Economics is to develop competence in solving real world business and economics problems. Students undertaking graduate studies in this program may specialize in research fields such as: Applied demand & market analysis Marketing & distribution Food policy Food safety Marketing research Finance Financial markets Futures and options Risk management Agribusiness is the study of commerce in the agricultural and food sector; the M.Sc. degree prepares students for careers in business and government. Agricultural economists are concerned with managing labour, land, capital, equipment, and other resources in producing, marketing and distributing food and agricultural production. The development of business skills and the analysis of the impacts of sustainable development, agricultural trade and other public policies are the major focus of teaching, research and community service activities. Departmental teaching and research is complemented by the programs in several institutions such as the University of Manitoba Transport Institute, and the Natural Resource Institute. As well, the Department is closely associated with professional associations and with several research networks across Canada.


No accreditation exists for this program

Facts & Figures

Financial Aid: Yes

International Financial Aid: Yes

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