The ABM Minor is only available to students enrolled in a degree program (other than Agricultural Business Management) at North Carolina State University.
Students are required to take three (3) courses online, including ARE 201 – Introduction to Agricultural and Resource Economics, to fulfill the AMB Minor. Students may select any two of the following courses below:
All ARE online courses require in-person proctoring of exams. This policy requires students to arrange for proctoring of exams for each class with the assistance of DELTA Testing Services for 601 and 602 sections. Students enrolled in 301 (web-based) sections must work directly with their instructors to arrange for the proctoring of their examinations.
Students must contact Robin Clements, Coordinator of Advising, as early as possible, and prior to their final semester, to be entered into the ABM minor.
To determine course requirements and eligibility for the ABM minor prior to adding it to their degree program, students may go to the Degree Audit section of their account in the MyPack Portal and under the “What If” option select the ABM minor. This option will only indicate course requirements and eligibility and does not establish a degree audit for the minor.
Note: Not all of the courses required for the Agricultural Business minor are currently offered through Distance Education and some course are offered through other colleges and departments.