AAS - AGRIBUSINESS 

This degree is offered jointly between the Business and Agriculture Departments. Students will develop an understanding of basic business management and of agriculture production principles. They can apply these principles and skills to the management and operation of agribusiness firms. Examples of career opportunities include crop production managers, sales representatives, farmers/ranchers, agribusiness managers and owners, and record-keeping specialists.
Classes Required

 

Credits

AG 101
Introduction to Agriculture

1

AG 125
Safety and Labor Management

5

AG 220
Current Ag Issues and Trends

3

AGECN 201
Economics in Agriculture

5

AGECN 210
Farm Management

5

AGSCI 101
Introduction to Plant Science

5

AGSCI 201
Soils

5

AGSCI 130

AGSCI 211

Animal Science                                                                                          or

AGSCI 211 Fruit Science

 

5

BUS& 101
Introduction to Business

5

BA 115
Business Math

5

BA 138
Written Business Communications

5

ACCT& 201
Principles of Accounting I

5

BA 180
Consumer Financial Planning

5

BA 220
Human Relations in the Workplace

5

BT 101

BT 160

Beginning Keyboarding                                                            or

Beginning Word Processing

5

3

ECON& 202
Macro Economics

5

IT 100
Introduction to Computers

3

IT 102
Windows

2

IT 111
Spreadsheets

2

*Electives

20

Total Degree Credits

96 to 98


* 20 credits can be from the following disciplines: AG, AGECN, AGSCI, BA, BIOL, CHEM, MATH, or SPAN