Department of Agricultural Systems Management
Agricultural Systems and Management(BSc.)
Agricultural Systems Management (ASM) is a four-
Description of the Three Areas of Application:
Engineering Principles & Technologies
ASM students learn about engines, electric motors, electrical controls, hydraulics, soil and water management, building materials, ventilation and refrigeration systems, pumps, field equipment, and post-
ASM students learn about soil as a growth and support media, agronomic or horticultural crop production, animal agriculture, and natural resources. Many agricultural science minors fit well with the ASM major.
Business & Management
ASM students learn how the business world works. Every ASM student takes courses in business law, accounting, finance, business logistics, and marketing. Flexibility in the major also makes it easy to get a business-
Future, Career and Employment
With the curriculum focused on integration of business, engineering technology, and agricultural sciences, ASM graduates know how to apply energy, equipment, and structural concepts to optimize the production, processing, and delivery of food and fiber in a competitive world market. Most graduates are employed in an agribusiness or support industry and manage technical systems; they work with teams of engineers, scientists, and other business professionals. ASM graduates are problem solvers. There is also the opprtunity to go in for graduate study.
The tuition fee per year is 839,500 F CFA for Cameroonians and 1,239,500 F CFA for foreign students. To read more about fees click here.