Agricultural Systems Management

Bachelor of Science

Coursework Location(s)


Areas of Interest
  • Business, Economics & Entrepreneurship
  • Engineering & Technology
  • Agricultural Sciences
  • Biological & Biomedical Science
Passionate about pioneering new approaches to agriculture? This degree offers specialized training at the University of Arizona-Yuma in the agriculturally rich region of Yuma County. The curriculum of the Bachelor of Science in Agricultural Technology Management and Education focuses on solving the social, environmental, economic and resource challenges that not only face humans today but will in the future as well. Some people understand the basics of business and management, but few understand the complexities of the agricultural systems involved in modern agricultural businesses. That's where the Agricultural Systems Management emphasis of this B.S. degree comes in. This unique program of study meets the educational needs of the agricultural economy in Yuma County. It sets up students for careers that integrate agricultural, biosystems engineering technology, biological sciences and business.
Sample Courses
  • ASM 380: Agriculture Leadership
  • ASM 404: Irrigation
  • ASM 409: Systems and Advanced Technologies in Agriculture
Career Fields
  • Agribusiness
  • Agricultural equipment sales
  • Agricultural inspections
  • Operations management
  • Production management
Level of Math
Moderate Knowledge
2nd Semester Proficiency
Pre-major Required?
Sample Plans 2020 - Agricultural Systems Management

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