Points of Pride
of 2017-18 ASM graduates employed or continuing their education within six months of graduation
Combine technology and business to be at the forefront of technological innovation in agriculture, environmental protection and related industries. Study agricultural structures, hydraulics, precision agriculture, machinery and safety to manage agricultural operations.
Business and technical knowledge will prepare you for a variety of careers, including:
- Agricultural & Power Equipment Manufacturing. Train in precision agriculture, hydraulics, electrical circuits, engines and technology management.
- Equipment Sales & Service. Strong product knowledge and business skills are a great fit for agricultural machinery dealerships. Our graduates often go directly into management-level positions.
- Food Production & Processing. Work as grain elevator or food processing operators and managers to properly handle, store and process crops and materials.
- Government. Develop and manage water management or nutrient management systems, animal waste management systems, and other agricultural and natural resource programs.
Career Possibilities Include
- Grain Elevator Management
- Farm Operations
- Herd Management
- Agricultural Equipment Maintenance
- Precision Agriculture Consulting
- Livestock Product Sales
- Farm Equipment Mechanics and Service Technicians
- Facility and Operations Management
- See more common career paths
Internship & Employment
- Archer Daniels Midland
- Bunge North America
- MFA Incorporated
- Cactus Family Farms
- Department of Defense
- Sydenstricker John Deere
- Allstate Consultants
- Bayer Crop Science
- Ryan Lawn & Tree
- Timberline Dairy
- Fidelity Communications
- Learning Labs. Participate in hands-on educational experience at the ADM Center for Agricultural Development, a research lab facility designed for agricultural systems management students to hone team and entrepreneur skills while learning about biofuel development, food production and energy processing. Opportunities also exist at our research centers throughout the state.
- Internships. Students typically spend one or more summers working at respected businesses and agencies throughout the country. They are often expected to manage some of the day-to-day activities of that business. When students accept a second internship at the same company, they usually become part of the leadership team.
Classes You Might Take
- Grain Management
- Precision Agriculture
- Chemical Applications
- Principles of Management
- Agricultural Marketing System
- See catalog.missouri.edu for full curriculum
- Courses for Agricultural Systems Management degree
One of the many unique experiences available for ag systems management students is the chance to earn a certificate in precision agriculture technology. Precision agriculture is a management practice used by farmers to collect data, study variables, develop strategies and implement plans on their farm.
Related Certificate in Precision Agriculture Technology
A certificate in precision agriculture technology can supplement an agricultural systems management degree. Gain in-demand skills while building a strong foundation in data and machinery management and learning ways to maximize profit.
Clubs & Organizations
- ASM Club
- Torq’N Tigers (Quarter-Scale Tractor Pulling Team)