6.0. Participation in the MBA Program
The department cooperates with the Rawls College of Business in their offering of a Master's of Business Administration (MBA) with a concentration in Agricultural Business Management. The degree is awarded by the Rawls College of Business.
Students in this program are advised by the Rawls College of Business in their MBA core and by the Department Graduate Advisor in their Agricultural and Applied Economics Concentration. Concentration in Agricultural Business Management can be satisfied by taking 12 hours from the following AAEC courses: AAEC 5302 or AAEC 6302, AAEC 5310, AAEC 5301 (3 hours maximum), AAEC 5317, and AAEC 5318.
The MBA requires that certain prerequisites be met and that leveling courses be taken if undergraduate course work was not completed in selected areas. Students with no economics or business courses may have to take up to 24 credit hours of leveling work. Prerequisites and program requirements for the MBA-Agricultural Business Management program are available from:
Graduate Programs Office
Rawls College of Business
Texas Tech University
Lubbock, Texas 79409-2101
806.742.3184 or 800.882.6220
Department of Agricultural and Applied Economics
AddressTexas Tech University, Department of Agricultural and Applied Economics