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A.S. Agribusiness Emphasis

A.S. Agribusiness Emphasis

Why Agribusiness?

This two-year (61 credit) emphasis is designed to allow students to attain employment upon graduation in production agriculture and other agriculture-related endeavors such as agriculture banking, agriculture sales, crop adjusting, and farm and ranch management. Students may also transfer to four-year programs like Montana State University—Bozeman’s College of Agriculture and complete a baccalaureate degree in two additional years.

Students intending to transfer to MSU in the Agribusiness Management or Farm and Ranch Management Program must complete and pass ECNS 204 with a C or better prior to the 1st semester enrollment at MSU. It’s recommended that students take the course during spring or summer semester of their sophomore year at MCC. ECNS 204 can be completed at MSU in any term.

NOTE: 3 credits of either Humanities & Fine Arts or History & Social Sciences must meet the Cultural Diversity requirement.
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Total Credits for Program Completion: 61

  First Year - Fall Semester     15 Credits Credits
Intro to Ag & Env Resources1
Introduction to Animal Science3
Natural Resource Conservation3
Montana Range Plants1
Intro to General Chemistry & Lab4
Principles of Living Systems & Lab(4)
College Writing I3
  First Year - Spring Semester     16 Credits Credits
Introduction to Plant Biology3
College Writing II3
Intro to Technical Writing(3)
Introduction to Public Speaking3
Leadership Development for Agriculture(3)
College Algebra4
Basic MS Office3
Principles of Biological Diversity & Lab(4)
  Second Year - Fall Semester     17 Credits Credits
Principles of Financial Accounting4
Principles of Microeconomics3
Survey of Calculus4
Humanities & Fine Arts Core Requirement3
  Second Year - Spring Semester     13 Credits Credits
Principles of Managerial Accounting4
Principles of Macroeconomics3
Introduction to Statistics3
Humanities & Fine Arts Core Requirement3

Please refer to the the Current Catalog for specific program details.