Agricultural Business Management- Undergraduate Minor

The minor in Agricultural Business Management (ABM) consists of 18 or more credit hours of approved course work from the list below.  All courses must be completed with grades of "C" or better.  Once courses are completed or show "IP" status, students pursuing the ABM minor need to log in to their myNMSU and print out the STAR Audit for the minor and obtain departmental approval. The course requirements for the ABM minor are as follows:

Prefix Title Credits
Required Core
AEEC 2110Principles of Food and Agribusiness Management3
AEEC 2120Introduction to Food and Agribusiness Accounting3
AEEC 3210Marketing and Food Agricultural Products3
Agricultural Policy
Choose one from the following3
World Agriculture and Food Problems3
Natural Resource Economics3
Water Resource Economics (Agribusiness Electives)3
Agricultural Policy (Technical Courses (6))3
Ag Business and Ag Economics
Choose two from the following6
Financial Derivative Markets3
Food and Agricultural Sales3
Agricultural and Natural Resource Law3
Economics of Food and Agricultural Markets3
Spreadsheet Applications in Food and Agriculture 0,33
Applied Production Economics3
Food and Agribusiness Financial Management3
Food and Agribusiness Market Assessment3
Case Studies in Food and Agribusiness Management3
Economics of Making and Marketing Wine3
Real Estate Appraisal3
Total Credits18