Agribusiness, Intermediate Technical Certificate

Program Outcomes:

Identify and apply at a basic level, economic and marketing principles and strategies used in farm and agribusiness applications.

Research, evaluate, and interpret economic news and trends; and using economic theory, apply to agricultural business.

Demonstrate a practical understanding of production agriculture and challenges impacting agricultural producers and agribusinesses.

Use mathematical calculations in the analysis and decision-making process used in agribusiness management.

Discuss agricultural, biological, and technical systems and their relationship to agribusiness decision-making.

Explain economic drivers in the agricultural value chain including market drivers, cost drivers, government drivers, competitive drivers, and others.

Major Code: 4102T

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**Alternative plans of study available by contacting your advisor

Fall Semester Freshman Year

AGRI 102Plant Science in Agriculture*

3 Credits

AGRI 102LPlant Science in Agriculture Lab*

1 Credit

AGRI 104Agriculture Management

4 Credits


COMM GEAny Gen. Ed Oral Comm. Course

3 Credits


ENGL 101Writing and Rhetoric I

3 Credits


MATH GEAny Gen. Ed. Math Course

3 Credits

WATR 140Irrigation*

2 Credits

WATR 140LIrrigation Lab*

1 Credit

Total Credit Hours:17

Spring Semester Freshman Year

AGRI 109Principles of Animal Science*

3 Credits

AGRI 109LPrinciples of Animal Science Lab*

1 Credit

AGRI 160Introduction to Agriculture Selling

3 Credits

SOCS GEAny Gen. Ed. Social and Behavioral Way of Knowing Course

3 Credits

ELEC ANYCollege Level Elective Courses

3 Credits

Total Credit Hours:13

*Prerequisite or corequisite required

Total Credit Hours: 30