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MGMT 316

Analysis and Planning in Agricultural Systems

Course overview

You’ll undertake an analysis of farm business, management and production systems and how to apply strategic management, as well as analysis for efficient, sustainable and profitable resource use.

Course information

Prerequisites and Restrictions You must satisfy the following requirement(s):

pre-requisite

  • Analysis of Agricultural Systems, MGMT-202

or

pre-requisite

  • Horticultural Management Analysis, MGMT-216

Credits 15
Domestic fees $900.00

What you will learn

After successfully completing this course, you’ll be able to:

  1. Determine the complex interrelationships between business, financial, family, environmental and technical factors shaping production and management decisions.
  2. Interpret the factors affecting the design of production and management systems in a variety of environments and the principles and skills needed for the evaluation, control and improvement of such systems.
  3. Use appropriate analysis techniques to measure a farm systems performance and to evaluate options for improving that performance.
  4. Identify and evaluate risks to a farm business, quantify their significance in the context of the farmers risk profile and make appropriate recommendations for risk management.
  5. Communicate appropriately with farmers and rural professionals to make recommendations and express opinions on management improvements.

Course examiners

Bruce Greig

Bruce Greig

Lecturer

Department of Land Management and Systems

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