Campus Location: Calmar
Program Entry: Fall, Spring, Summer
Award: Associate of Applied Science
In the next five to ten years, a large number of agriculture finance officers will be retiring. This program has been developed at the request of the banking industry to meet the upcoming needs of that high-demand area. The program has been created as a partnership between the NICC Business and Agriculture Departments and includes courses in the business skills needed for a bank or finance officer and gives students the background knowledge in agriculture needed for that unique area of the industry. The degree is also designed to easily transfer into a bachelor's degree for students, and for banks that desire their employees to have bachelor's degrees.
|AGA:114||Principles of Agronomy||3.0|
|AGB:330||Farm Business Management1||3.0|
|FIN:101||Principles of Banking||3.0|
|AGB:333||Applied Farm Financial Management||2.0|
|FIN:170||Introduction to Commercial Lending||3.0|
|PSY:112||Psychology of Human Relations||3.0|
|AGB:832||Agriculture Finance Internship||2.0|
|AGS:114||Survey of the Animal Industry||2.0|
|ECN:120||Principles of Macroeconomics||3.0|
|AGB:235||Intro to Agriculture Markets||3.0|
|AGB:245||Agriculture Risk Management||3.0|
|BUS:185||Business Law I||3.0|
|ECN:130||Principles of Microeconomics||3.0|
|MAT:120||College Algebra OR||3.0|
|MAT:140||Finite Math OR||3.0|
Computer electives: BCA:112, BCA:212
1Articulation can be achieved by taking Farm Management at your local high school, or equivalent, and successfully passing a Northeast Iowa Community College Agriculture Dept. proficiency exam.
No employment information available at this time.
Dean of Business and Computer Science
800.728.7367, ext. 208