Navigate: Scheduling Appointments
Beginning March 2, 2020, LSU is using the new Navigate platform for students and advisors. This program can be used to schedule appointments with the LSU College of Agriculture Office of Student Services (advisors) and your major-specific faculty advisors. Navigate is available for download on both Apple and Android devices.
To make an appointment with Brandon or Jennie in the Office of Student Services, please follow the steps below:
- Download the Navigate app to your phone.
- Select the “Appointments” widget
- Select “Academic Advising”
- Select “College of Agriculture”
- Select the reason for your visit
- Select the date and time available.
The Navigate app will send you a confirmation email/text to let you know the appointment has been created. Students can check-in for their appointments at the front desk in room 106 Woodin Hall. Please have your LSU ID number ready to check-in.
If you are an undergraduate major or minor in Agricultural Business and need in-person or online advising from the Undergraduate Advisors Mr. Ator, Dr. Biswas, or the Director of Undergraduate Studies Dr. Fannin, please use the Navigate app to schedule an advising appointment.
Alternatively, you contact one of the advisors below by phone or email to set up meeting appointments or walking up if an advisor has open-door advising hours.
Director of Undergraduate Studies
Careers in Agricultural Business
Management Positions in Agribusiness, Food, & Fiber Firms
Commodity, Wholesale, & Retail Marketing
Finance & Banking
Government & the Public Sector
Natural Resource and Environmental Management
Policy and Economic Analysis
Post-Undergraduate Education (Graduate School, MBA Programs, Law School)
Curriculum for the B.S. in Agricultural Business
B.S. in Agricultural Business, No concentration
B.S. in Agricultural Business, Concentration Agribusiness Finance
B.S. in Agricultural Business, Concentration Food Industry Management
B.S. in Agricultural Business, Concentration International Business
B.S. in Agricultural Business, Concentration Rural Development
Once you are an LSU student you need to meet the following requirements to pursue major in Agribusiness.
2.0 GPA in all course work (2.5 for transfer)
2.0 cumulative GPA in the courses counted towards degree requirements
Grade 'C' or better in ENGL 1001 and MATH 1021 or higher
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