Master of Management in Agribusiness

  • Upcoming start dates

    Semester 1 - 19 Feb 2024

    Semester 2 - 15 Jul 2024

  • Qualification

    Taught Master's

  • Duration

    1.5 years full-time

  • Credits


  • Location

    Lincoln University Campus

As global food production evolves, there is a need for leaders who understand the complex relationship between land, agribusiness and the global trading environment. This programme teaches the opportunities, constraints and challenges for leaders in the agribusiness sector, nurturing your capabilities to respond, innovate and anticipate.

Study for free

If you're a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident, you may be able to study this programme for free. Terms and conditions apply. Learn more here

About this programme

Lincoln University is a globally recognised leader in land-based education.

The Master of Management in Agribusiness is an advanced postgraduate programme that will widen your skills and employment opportunities, with a firm understanding of the dynamics, analysis and management structures covering bio-economic systems and agribusiness products and services.

This programme can be completed in 12 months if you start in Semester 1. 

Please note: international students can only begin the programme in Semester 1.

How you’ll grow

  • With advanced understanding and knowledge of agribusiness systems and value chains.
  • Seeding and developing the inter-disciplinary skills required to undertake senior management and leadership roles in agribusinesses here in New Zealand and across the world.
  • Nurturing your communication skills at all levels of an organisation. 

Career opportunities

You’ll be strongly prepared for senior management roles in agribusinesses that operate in any part of the world.

Programme information

Programme Structure

The Master of Management in Agribusiness takes 16 months to complete, beginning in February or year one, finishing in June of year two.

You will complete nine postgraduate courses totalling 180 credits. A research placement can be incorporated.

Plus a minimum of one of the following:

Plus four (or three if both MGMT 698 and MGMT 699 are taken) elective postgraduate courses in related subject areas.


Here are your next steps

Programme contacts

Sharon Lucock

Dr Sharon Lucock

Senior Lecturer

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