"What Can I Do With a Major in...Agricultural Business?"
The graduate with a Bachelor of Science degree in Agriculture-Business will use the knowledge and skills obtained in the program to:
- Use language and concepts of agricultural business effectively in written and oral communications.
- Demonstrate computer literacy.
- Demonstrate an understanding of theories and principles of economics and agri-business appropriate to the agri-business firm.
- Demonstrate an understanding of the basic practices and theory of agricultural production (agricultural literacy.)
- Provide evidence of an international-global perspective of agriculture.
- Demonstrate appropriate and effective social interactions.
- Demonstrate ability to analyze situations and solve problems in an agribusiness context.
- Demonstrate knowledge of how national and international policies impacting agriculture are developed.
Related Career Titles:
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Ag Business Technician
Public Relations Specialist
Quality Control Technician
Risk Management Consultant
Related Job Listing/Job Search Web Sites
Ag Career Spotter
Ag Central Jobs
Agricultural Labor Pool - Applying for a Position
NationJob Network - Agriculture Biotech Chemical Jobs
USM Jobs within Agriculture
California State University, Chico - Agriculture Jobs
UCM Student Organizations
Agriculture Ambassadors (UCM)
Agriculture Club (UCM)
Delta Tau Alpha Honor Society (UCM)
Collegiate Farm Bureau (UCM)
Horticulture Club (UCM)
Four-Year Academic Plan
Career Library Resources
Ferguson's Careers in Focus: Agriculture
National Trade & Professional Associations of US '96
Opportunities in Forestry Careers
Opportunities in Farming & Agriculture Careers
Opportunities in Landscape, Architecture, Botanical Gardens
Opportunities in Technical Education Careers
Training and Development Careers
Volunteer & Internship Opportunities with the USDA
Today's Farmer, monthly
Graduate Programs in the Physical Sciences, Math, Agricultural Science and Environmental Science.
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