Why major in Agribusiness?

Agribusiness is involved in 1 out of every 4 jobs in Nebraska and 1 out of every 5 nationally. Hastings College helps you step into the exciting world of agriculture — food production — through a partnership with Central Community College. This great partnership equips you with the decision-making framework of business administration and the technical aspects of today’s agriculture. 

Also, the liberal arts aspect of Hastings College provides a broad view, helping you understand current issues facing farmers, ranchers and other food producers; certainly this is an advantage when it comes to employment opportunities.

Because the Hastings-area’s economy is rooted in agriculture, we can provide leads to numerous internships and career opportunities, whether your interests are in farm management, crop and livestock production, marketing and sales, management, accounting, natural resource management or international trade.

At Hastings, you’ll build expertise and experience while preparing to leverage our network of alumni into a career in the dynamic and expanding Agribusiness industry. Apply today!

Success at Hastings

Brooke Ballou '15 is finding post-graduate success with the Union Pacific Railroad in Omaha, Nebraska. The 2015 Hastings College graduate from Wilsonville, Nebraska, landed a job as an account representative, managing accounts with chemical shippers. more
Every October, students from Hastings College conduct research in Ireland throughout the month as part of a program called Irish Fellows. This program began in 2007 with then Hastings College Dean and Irish literature specialist, Dr. Richard Lloyd... more
Grant Hunter, a 2014 Hastings College graduate and Fulbright Fellow teaching in Kosovo, traces interest in Southeastern Europe to J-Term class he took while a student at Hastings. more
Jed Cornforth '00 majored in economics and business administration and is now the Strategic Planning and Business Analysis Director of USA Football. more
Devon Wetteland, a 2015-16 Talent Pool member, decided to apply for the competitive internship program based on an article about how employers value internships. more