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Area of Study

Agriculture & Business Management
Program includes lecture and private on-site instruction at the student's place of business. Courses focus on computerized record-keeping, business planning, financial analysis, and marketing.
Get on-site instruction to grow your business
There are nine certificate options in the five Agriculture Business Management programs. Courses include lecture and private on-site instruction at the student's place of business and focus on computerized record-keeping, business planning, financial analysis, and marketing. The certificates are designed for self-employed owners/operators, managers, consultants, and individuals associated with agriculture and business fields in any type of business from service to retail and from agriculture sales to production.

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Contact

Adam Erickson

Faculty, Agriculture and Business Management
(970) 542-3260
Burlington Center
M.A., B.A. Economics - University of Colorado - Denver

Jay Stretcher

Faculty - Agriculture and Business Management
(970) 542-3260
Limon Center
B.S. Agriculture Business Management - Fort Hayes State University; B.S.E-Business - Fort Hayes State University; A.A.S. - Colby Community College; Career & Technical Education (CTE) Credential

Leah Thomas

Agriculture & Business Management Faculty/Program Coordinator
(970) 542-3260
Poplar 104
B.S. Animal Science, Minor in Business Administration - Colorado State University; CTE Credential

Certificate Options

Advanced Business Management

Commodity Marketing

Financial Analysis
Integrated Management

Leadership/Human Resources Management

Market Plan Development

Records and Business Planning

Rural Business Entrepreneurship

Web Productivity and Utilization

Careers & Salaries

Position Median
Farmers, Ranchers, and Other Agricultural Managers $67,950
Entrepreneurs $72,072