Size really does matter! Where else but at a large university like Ohio State can you receive dual Masters degrees that position a graduate for success in managing economic issues on a global scale?
Fisher College of Business and our college have teamed up to offer dual degrees in Master of Business Administration and Master of Science in Agricultural, Environmental and Development Economics.
The program is unique from other dual agricultural-MBA degrees in its emphasis on sustainable economic development and business practices. The program provides students interested in careers in agri-business, food processing and economic development with critical business skills in such areas as logistics, supply-chain management and sustainability.
“Graduates who leave Ohio State with Fisher’s MBA and AED Economics master’s degrees will be well positioned to pursue high impact careers in agricultural and food production businesses or work in economic development programs at public institutions such as the World Bank,” said Karen Hopper Wruck, Fisher’s associate dean for graduate programs. “This dual degree program…educates a workforce capable of managing pressing economic needs…at a global level.”
For more information about the program, log on to http://fisher.osu.edu/ftmba/index.php?page=MSAG-MBA.