Through the Master of Agriculture in Agricultural Sciences, Integrated Resource Management specialization, students receive interdisciplinary training in animal science, business, range science, ecology, wildlife, policy, and human resources. This fusion of topics allows students to understand how agricultural resource systems work together in a comprehensive way and how to apply them in an agricultural management setting.
The purpose of the program is to provide students with an understanding of the land resource system and how to manage land-based enterprises. The program is designed to empower students to effectively utilize and care for land resources while addressing a broad range of private and social objectives.
Effective Spring 2013
|AGRI 630||Integrated Decision Making/Management Skills||3|
|AGRI 631||Building the Business||3|
|AGRI 632||Managing for Ecosystem Sustainability||3|
|AGRI 633||Understanding and Managing Animal Resources||3|
|AGRI 634||Animal Production Systems||3|
|AGRI 635||Integrated Forage Management||3|
|AGRI 636||Analyzing and Managing the Business||3|
|AGRI 637||Understanding Policy and Emerging Issues||3|
|AGRI 639||Products to Profit||3|
|AGRI 640||Integrated Resource Management Plan||3|
|Program Total Credits:||30|
A minimum of 30 credits are required to complete this program.