Farm Management

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Students in this concentration study finance, risk management and economics as applied to management of a complex farm enterprise or ownership of rural real estate.

Students prepare to manage farms as owners, tenants, or employees; to work as professional farm managers for off-site owners; and to work in real estate appraisal, which requires state certification.

  • The Farm Management concentration offers several courses approved for state certification.
  • Learn how to conduct farm and other asset appraisals.
  • Specific courses required include Management of Farm Enterprises (232), Farm Management (332), Financial Decision-Making for Individual and Small Business (345), and Rural Real Estate Appraisal (448)
See current requirements View the eight semester plan

For more information about Farm Management, please contact:

Caroline Helton
Academic Advisor
304b Mumford Hall
1301 W. Gregory
Urbana Illinois 61801
217-300-4825
chelton@illinois.edu