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Essentials of Farm Business Management - Certificate

30 Credits
CERT2148/CERT3148
Degree Description
Here is a list of courses required to earn the Essentials of Farm Business Management Certificate

Admission Dates: Fall, Spring, and Summer Semester


Offered on the Faribault and North Mankato Campuses
The course requirements listed below are specific to the 2017-2018 school year. If you need to view the program from previous years view our Catalog Archive.

Required Technical Courses (6 Courses)

Select the following courses:
FBMT1112 Foundations for Farm Business Management (4 Credits)
FBMT1121 Preparation for Farm Business Analysis (4 Credits)
FBMT1122 Implementing the System Management Plan (4 Credits)
FBMT1131 Managing and Modifying Farm System Data (4 Credits)
FBMT1132 Interpreting and Using Farm System Data (4 Credits)
FBMT1211 Intro to Farm Business Management (4 Credits)

Required Electives (6 Credits)

Select 6 credits from the following courses:
FBMT1213 Managing a Farm System in a Global Economy (2 Credits)
FBMT1223 Using System Analysis in Total Farm Planning (2 Credits)
FBMT1233 Application of Productive Enterprise Information (2 Credits)
FBMT2200 Special Topics-General Farm Management (1 Credit)
FBMT2239 Special Topics-Livestock (2 Credits)
FBMT2243 Using Financial Instruments in Farm Systems Management (2 Credits)
FBMT2253 System Plans and Projections (2 Credits)
FBMT2263 Evaluating Farm System Programs (2 Credits)
FBMT2300 Computer Applications in Business Management (2 Credits)
FBMT2305 Legal Issues in Ag (2 Credits)
FBMT2310 Environmental Interactions in Agriculture (2 Credits)
FBMT2315 Effective Time Management (2 Credits)
FBMT2320 Family Wellness and Business Relationships (2 Credits)
FBMT2325 Ethics in this Business of Agriculture (2 Credits)
FBMT2330 Business Math Principles (2 Credits)
FBMT2335 Labor Economics and Management (2 Credits)
FBMT2340 Rural Leadership (2 Credits)
FBMT2345 CPR and First Aid (2 Credits)
PLEASE NOTE: All program plans are preliminary and curriculum may change without notice. Your catalog of record may have different requirements.