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Agriculural Business Major

A major in Agricultural Business at Grace College will explore the ins and outs of the agricultural industry. As you consider an array of colleges with Agribusiness degrees near you in the midwest, be assured that when you find your way to Winona Lake, Indiana, you will discover a top college for Agribusiness management taught with a biblical worldview. A Grace College Agricultural Business degree will help you make workable connections between farming techniques and business strategies, preparing you to weigh questions and create conversation in a Christian college context. 

This program is for you if you are serious about creating an impact in an Agricultural Business career. With a bachelor’s degree in Agricultural Business, you will be required to get real-world experience ensuring you are equipped for jobs in farm management, project managing, business analysis, and countless other areas. 

Future Farmer, the way forward is Grace.

Internship Opportunities

  • Bishop Farms
  • Louis Dreyfus
  • Silveus Insurance Group
  • Maple Leaf Farms
  • Tom Farms
  • Kosciusko County Farm Bureau
  • Blue River Digital
  • Owl Manor Veterinary
  • Ceres Solutions, LLP
  • Ag Plus, Inc.
  • Summit Equestrian Inn
  • Purdue Extension
  • Silver Lake Agri Center
  • Barber & Johnson Farms, LLC
  • Chore-Time Brock (CTB)

Career Opportunities

  • Farm Management
  • Operations Manager
  • Agricultural Economics
  • Farm Supply Management
  • Agricultural Communications
  • Business Analyst
  • Stable Management
  • Agricultural Insurance
  • Commodities Trading
  • Agricultural Sales
  • Crop Insurance
  • Grain Broker
  • Field Service Technician
  • Agricultural Lending
  • Livestock Feedlot Operator

Agricultural Business is a Good Fit for Those Who Are:

  • Proficient with Numbers
  • Business Savvy
  • Good Listeners
  • Good at Building Relational Equity
  • Driven
  • Excellent Communicators
  • Consistent
  • Analytical
  • Problem Solvers
Agriculural Business Major - Grace College

Featured Staff

Jeffrey K. Fawcett Dean, School of Business; Professor of Marketing

Jeff Fawcett, D.B.A.

Dean, School of Business; Professor of Marketing
Roger Stichter Professor of Accounting

Roger L. Stichter, D.B.A., C.P.A.

Professor of Accounting

The Kosciusko County Economic Development Corporation’s website states that Grace College is “located in a strong agricultural production area that has changed significantly and is noted for state-of-the art innovation and technology in its farming, agriculture processing and agriculture equipment industries. What hasn’t changed is the rural work ethic of its workforce and a common-sense problem-solving approach to business.”

Jeff Mize, CEO of Ag Plus in South Whitley said, “Agricultural employment options are endless right now. There are so many opportunities that were not (available) 20 years ago. You look at your workforce and almost 50 percent of our workforce is going to retire in the next three to seven years.”
Internships are designed to provide the student with hands-on experience for an entire ag-cycle from planting through harvest. Internships will be tailored to the agricultural interest of each student.


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Tobe Forshtay Agribusiness Class at Tom Farms

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"There's a big difference between having knowledge and being wise. My Agricultural Business professors and mentors are genuinely wise. They are willing to pour into me and want to see me succeed." -Hallie McGlaun