Agribusiness

The Agribusiness field covers more diverse areas such as production management (including seed supply, agrichemicals, and farm machinery), wholesale and distribution, processing, commodity marketing, and retail sales and public policy analysis.

Agribusiness Courses

  1. Microeconomics
  2. Econometrics
  3. Economic Law
  4. Agricultural Economics
  5. Marketing Agriculture and Food Products
  6. Farm Management
  7. Environmental and Natural Resource Economic
  8. Food and Agriculture sale

Career Opportunities

Graduates in this field are attracted by agribusiness firms, which need employees not only sales, management, finance, and similar areas like other companies, but also background in and knowledge of the agriculture industry.

Curriculum

FOUNDATION YEAR
Semester 1 Credit Semester 2 Credit
1 Khmer History 3 1 Public Administration 3
2 Practical Computer 3 2 Mathematical Analysis 3
3 Introduction to Economics 3 3 Philosophy 3
4 English 3 4 English 3
5 Geography  Economics 3 5 Principle of  Economics Development 3
Total 15 Credits Total 15 Credits
YEAR TWO
Semester 1 Credit Semester 2 Credit
1 Microeconomics 1 3 1 Macroeconomics1 3
2 Principle  of  Accounting  1 3 2 Principle  of  Accounting 2 3
3 Principle  of  Management 3 3 Money and Banking 3
4 Principle  of  Marketing 3 4 Introduction to Agriculture Economics 3
5 Statistics for Agriculture Economics 3 5 Rural Socio Economics 2
6 English 1 3 6 English 2 3
7 7 Field Trip 1 1
Total 18 Credits Total 18 Credits
YEAR THREE
Semester 1 Credit Semester 2 Credit
1 Taxation 3 1 Economic of Agro-technology 2
2 Rural Entrepreneurship 3 2 Rural Consumption and Demand Analysis 3
3 Agribusiness  Management 3 3 Environmental and Natural Resources Economics 3
4 Marketing Agriculture and Food Products 2 4 Farm and Ranch Management 2
5 Application of Statistical Software Analysis 3 5 Research Methodology 3
6 Elective 1 3 6 Elective 2 3
7 Field Trip 2 1
8 Industrial Placement 1
9 Undergraduate Seminar 1
Total 18 Credits Total 19 Credits
YEAR FOUR
Semester 1 Credit Semester 2 Credit
1 Economics Organization 3 Research and Thesis 8
2 Land Economic 3
3 Development Economics 3
4 Business  and Economics Law 3
5 Scientific Writing and Communication 3
6 Elective 3 2
7 Elective 4 2
Total 19 Credits Total 8 Credits