Here in the Agribusiness Department at Delaware Valley College, we want nothing more for you than to succeed using the skills and knowledge you learned in our programs.
Students in the Agribusiness
program develop knowledge in business, agriculture and management. The leadership abilities refined here encourage you to bring this knowledge into the workforce and engage the industry with creative thought, problem-solving capabilities and self-expression.
Our comprehensive program of course work and the DelVal employment program — where students work with industry professionals and learn the trade in a hands-on approach — will enable you to get a great start on a successful career.
Your Agribusiness Curriculum is more than just a list of classes; at Delaware Valley College, you'll be encouraged to become involved with the social, economic, political and technological changes taking place in the world.
For the most out of the program, we advise students to select minor, specialization or elective courses that focus on their area of personal or professional interests.
A student interested in Supply and Service, for example, may want to consider taking a few courses within the Natural Resources and Biosystems Management or Food Science programs, while a student pursuing Marketing and Management may want to consider Accounting, Financial Services, Management Information Systems or Marketing .
The total number of credits required for graduation with a degree in Agribusiness is 130, plus 4 credits earned for successful completion of the Employment Program.