Masters in Agribusiness and Food Innovation Management
The Agribusiness and Food Innovation Management program at Colorado State University offers a masters degree or certificate in business management, equipping students with the knowledge and skills to launch new businesses, new products, or new technologies, with a focus on agriculture and the food and beverage industries. The program offers companies an opportunity to engage a team of students on a business development or innovation challenge.
In-Person Coursework at CSU Spur Campus
We offer this program in-person at the new CSU Spur campus in Denver. However, student enrollment is managed by CSU Online. Additional program and admissions information for prospective students can be found on the program page at CSU Online.
- Additional program and admissions information for prospective students can be found on the program page at CSU Online.
- Visit the CSU Graduate School Agribusiness and Food Innovation Management program website to learn more about the program.
WHAT YOU’LL LEARN
- Core concepts and skills for entrepreneurship, such as opportunity recognition, ideation, customer discovery, validation, and communication of business ideas
- Understanding the complex structure of today’s global agriculture and food system and how innovation impacts the industry
- Foundational business skills including economics, marketing, accounting, finance, intellectual property, legal and regulatory
- A professional identity as an “entrepreneur”, “innovator”, or “change-maker”
- How to combine your talents, skills, and personal strengths with others in a creative team
Where You’ll Find Us
CSU's Denver’s campus at the National Western Center that brings together research, teaching and engagement activities in a modern-day approach to the university’s land-grant mission.
- Product development
- Technology commercialization
- Agribusiness or food entrepreneur
- Research and development
- Business development
- Marketing manager
- Venture capital
- Research administration