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Be an Entrepreneur

The Associate of Applied Science degree in Business with an Entrepreneurship concentration provides you with the skills needed to start and run your own business. This program is designed for students who do not intend to transfer to a university.

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Practical Experience

The Business core curriculum teaches

  • Business concepts and terminology
  • Management concepts and human resources utilization
  • Accounting systems applicable to business ownership
  • Fundamental macroeconomics, microeconomics, and economic applications
  • Computer hardware and software applications
  • Mathematical concepts for business-related problem solving and analysis and presentation of data
  • Principles of written business communications
  • Legal aspects of a business environment
  • Business concepts and operations in a global environment

In addition to core curriculum, the Entrepreneurship concentration introduces

  • Develop a solid base of business, personal, analytical, and problem-solving skills
  • Comprehensive coursework, including accounting, law, marketing, management and customer service
  • Effective marketing strategies and how to communicate within your organization
  • Critical thinking to develop business strategies that grow your business
  • Business ethics and social issues

Engage in the learning process through

  • Critical thinking
  • In-depth research and analysis
  • Interaction with students and instructors
  • Exposure to fascinating coursework, lectures and classroom interaction
  • Independent study designed to allow exploration of a specific facet of business that interests you

Digital Agronomy Concentration

This concentration is designed to develop agriculture professionals equipped to support the technology needs of today’s farmers. Digital agronomy uses technology, such as drones, sensors and other monitors, and the data they provide to make informed decisions and recommendations to farmers. Students will study conventional and regenerative agricultural practices, learn GIS mapping, precision agriculture, and the latest in crop management and irrigation practices.
Digital Agronomy TCAT students can transfer into a degree program at Motlow. Motlow will recognize a student’s level of knowledge, either through industry-recognized certifications, prior learning assessments, or challenge exams. 
Practical Experience:

Critical thinking

  • In-depth research and analysis
  • Technology
  • Physiology
  • Production
  • Management concepts
  • Written and oral communication

Career Opportunities

  • Precision Agronomist
  • Field Product Specialist
  • Sales Agronomist
  • Plant Breeder
  • Soil Conservationist
  • Farmer, Farm Manager
  • Agricultural Engineer
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