Major name: Agricultural Economic Management

Level: Junior college

Categories of disciplines: Agriculture, forestry, animal husbandry and fishery

Admission requirements: regular high school, vocational high school, technical school or secondary-professional school diploma.

Objectives: This major aims to produce graduates with high levels of skill and political integrity, who are developed in an all-round way; who have high levels of ideological and political consciousness, are ethical and humane, and can offer initial guidance to rural and agricultural economic management.

Time: 2 years full-time and with 8 years part-time, with a minimum length of 2.5 years.

Forms of study: Open education

Total class hours and credits: 1,404 class hours, 78 credits

Main courses: Introductory Economics, Rural Economic Management, Foundations of Agricultural Economics, Foundations of Practical Management, Rural Sociology, Rural Policies and Regulations, Introductory Accounting, Introduction to Economic Law (Agriculture), Rural Environmental Protection, Introduction to Modern Agriculture, Foundations of Agricultural Ecology, Quality Management for Agricultural Products, Fundamentals of Statistics, Finance (Agriculture), Fundamentals of Taxation, and others.