Agribusiness Management A.A.S.

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Program Options

Degree, Certificate or Diploma

Locations

Council Bluffs Campus

Program Information

The Agribusiness Management program of study provides students with the opportunity to develop skills, abilities, and an understanding of the technical aspects of agriculture and agribusiness.  The program includes classroom instruction, and lab and field experience opportunities. The program prepares students for a variety of career paths:  agribusiness, farm management, production agriculture, agricultural research, domestic agriculture, international agriculture, and related sales and supply fields.

Students who complete this AAS degree will have earned an Agribusiness Administration certificate by completion. 

Wages

  • Entry Level: $15/hr
  • Average: $18/hr
  • Experienced: $25/hr
    (wages can vary considerably depending on chosen career)

Career Examples

  • Farm Production/Operations
  • Agronomy Sales
  • Agronomy Operations
  • Crop Insurance
  • Agribusiness Supply
  • Grain Industry Operations & Management
  • Ag Lending
   
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Program Outcomes

Upon the successful completion of the program students will:

  • Operate current technology used in production agriculture, farm business management, and the agriculture service.
  • Identify favorable genetics in plant and animal breeding.
  • Demonstrate leadership and effective time management skills.
  • Identify the plant morphology of common Midwestern crop and weed species.
  • Evaluate various crop production practices and techniques used to produce Midwestern crops.
  • Categorize soil, plant, and climatic factors that influence plant growth and development.
  • Calculate appropriate application rates for essential plant nutrients and crop protection products.
  • Demonstrate proper record keeping skills and use those records to construct and analyze various financial instruments used.
  • Develop a risk management plan that incorporates standard financial instruments, marketing techniques, and other industry accepted tools.

 

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