Morrisville State CollegeDepartment of Agricultural Sciences

Agricultural Business A.A.S. Program

Technology Option



Fall Semester

Course Code

Course Title


AGBS 100 Agricultural Economics 3
Electives Technical Electives*** 6
MATH Mathematics (as advised)* 3
  Science (as advised)
ENGL English (as advised)** 3
  Total (Fall Semester) 15

 Spring Semester

AGBS 200 Marketing Agricultural Products 3
ENGL 121 Introduction to Speech 3
ENGL English (as advised)
Electives Technical Electives*** 6
Elective General Elective 3
  Total (Spring Semester) 15

 Fall Semester

AGBS 210 Farm Management 3
OFFT 100

OFFT 100
OFFT 106
OFFT 109
Introduction to Spreadsheet Software
and 1 of the following 3 OFFT courses
Introduction to Word Processing Software
Personal Computer Keyboarding I
Introduction to Presentation Software
AGSC 132 Introduction to Computer Applications in Precision Farming 2
AGRO 110 Soil Science 3
HIST/SOCS History or Social Science (as advised) 3
  Science (as advised)
Electives Technical Electives*** 4
  Total (Fall Semester) 17
Spring Semester 
AGBS 220 Agricultural Finance 3
ACCT 100 Accounting Information and Management Decisions 3
ACCT 101 Accounting
AGBS 250 Decision Making for Agricultural Managers 3
HIST/SOCS History or Social Science (as advised) 3
Electives Technical Electives*** 6
  Total (Spring Semester) 17-18

Total Required

*Demonstrated Proficiency through MAGN 101 (Elementary Algebra and Trigonometry) is required for this program.
**Demonstrated proficiency through ENGL 102 (Writing About Literature) or
ENGL 121 (Introduction to Speech) is required for this option.
**Technical electives may be from any technical agricultural program such as Animal Science, Equine Studies, Agricultural Science, or Agricultural Engineering. A minimum of 15 credit hours must be taken in one technical area.


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