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Agribusiness: The Business Side of Agriculture

Agribusiness Lab

In the world of Agriculture today, business skills are essential. For those with the right education, opportunities are diverse and plentiful. The Agribusiness Program at SRJC can get you started.

SRJC’s core curriculum is designed to introduce students to key agriculture economics and business concepts and apply both theory and practice. Electives give students flexibility in designing a program that is aligned with their career and educational goals.

Agribusiness TutoringDesign the Program that Fits Your Goals

For students who wish to pursue a bachelor's degree at a four-year university, SRJC’s Agribusiness Program is specifically designed to fulfill the lower-division major requirements of three different four-year colleges. Since transfer requirements vary, electives allow students to customize their choices to fit the major requirements at their chosen school.

Unlimited Career Opportunities For Agribusiness Majors

The Agribusiness major is the largest undergraduate major in the field of agriculture, in terms of the number of students in California and across the nation. The expanding, fast-paced agricultural environment in the future will offer unlimited career potential both domestically and globally in a range of occupations, ranging from marketing manager, buyer representative, commodity broker, and wine marketing consultant to cooperative manager, appraiser, loan officer, farm management consultant, or farm/ranch owner.

More About Agribusiness Degrees and Certificates

First-Rate Instructors

Because of the selection of course offerings, broad occupational choices are available to Agribusiness students. Courses include crop production, sales and marketing positions, federal, state, and county government units, agricultural communications, farm and ranch management, and viticulture. SRJC’s Agribusiness Faculty members are experts in the field and the program Advisory Committee is made up of industry leaders.

Contact Us

George Sellu
Program Coordinator/Instructor
Agriculture/Natural Resources Department
Telephone: (707) 527-4648
Fax: (707) 527-4651
Room 2091, Lark Hall


For information about class offerings, access SRJC’s current Schedule of Classes.