AREC 211 Management in Agriculture

Covers agriculture as a business; the decision-making process; tools of decision making; acquiring, organizing and managing land, labor and capital resources; and reasons for success and failure. Students learn teamwork, cooperation and leadership skills through classroom simulation, group activities and assignments.




Offered Fall Winter only


Lower Division Transfer (LDT) Course


Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to:
Organize, compute and analyze balance sheets, income statements and cash flow budgets. Identify the forms and structure of business organizations. Implement budgets as tools for enterprise production and alternative analysis. Calculate depreciation, investment payments and interest/discount rates. Apply strategic management and tactical decision making processes in business management.