Bachelor of Science in Agribusiness Management and Entrepreneurship
Bachelor of Science in Agribusiness Management and Entrepreneurship

Program Learning Outcomes

At the end of the program, Bachelor of Science in Agribusiness Management and Entrepreneurship graduates will be able to


BS ABME students can choose either the Agribusiness Management Track or Agribusiness Entrepreneurship Track.

Agribusiness Management

Agribusiness management encompasses many aspects of the economy: agricultural producers, businesses that provide supplies and services to the producers, businesses that add value to agricultural products, and those that facilitate the marketing of agricultural products to an ever- growing marketplace”. This sector of the economy went through many changes and will continue to evolve in the future. For this reason, there is a need for prospective managers to be abreast with the developments in the agribusiness and related sectors. Graduates must be able to cope well with the dynamic nature of agribusiness. BSABME will combine management/ business courses with technical courses with emphasis on the uniqueness of agribusiness. Students will be trained on decision-making given managerial challenges.

Agribusiness Entrepreneurship

In recent years, entrepreneurship in agribusiness has become an emerging area in agribusiness education. Through agribusiness entrepreneurship, the development of micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs), the growth drivers of the Philippine agribusiness sector, can be promoted. Entrepreneurship is a mindset anchored on innovation. Entrepreneurship education can help build an entrepreneurship- driven economy by making individuals acquire entrepreneurial mindsets, knowledge and skills. The institution of Agribusiness Entrepreneurship as a track in the BSABME program shall help address the need for more entrepreneurs and entrepreneurial-minded people in the country.

Courses Catalog

The curriculum is composed of 137 units of courses that could be completed in eight (8) semesters and one (1) midyear term. The courses are classified as follows:

General Education Courses and a Legislated Course (27 units). These courses provide the basic understanding of the various ways of knowing by promoting an active mind constantly growing and acquiring new perspectives. Its application extends to the concerns of society and those of humanity as a whole.

General Education and Legislated CoursesUnitsSem Offered
KAS 1/HIST 1. Kasaysayan ng Pilipinas/Philippine History (3 units)31,2
COMM 10. Critical Perspectives in Communication (3 units)31,2
ARTS 1. Critical Perspectives in the Arts (3 units)31,2
ETHICS 1. Ethics and Moral Reasoning in Everyday Life (3 units)11,2
STS 1. Science, Technology and Society (3 units)31,2
GE (Elective)31,2
GE (Elective)31,2
GE (Elective)31,2
Legislated: PI 10. The Life and Works of Jose Rizal31,2

Foundation Courses (40 units). These are preparatory courses in the university. It aims to impart basic concepts, principles and techniques to students.

Foundation CoursesUnitsSem Offered
AAE 111. Farm Management31,2
ABE 2. Fundamentals of Agricultural Engineering II31,2
ABT 10. Traditional and Modern Biotechnology: Principles and Applications31,2
AGRI 21. Introduction to Animal Science31,2
AGRI 22. Introduction to Livestock and Poultry Production31,2
AGRI 31. Fundamentals of Crop Science I31,2
AGRI 32. Fundamentals of Crop Science II31,2
AGRI 41. Principles of Crop Protection31,2
COST 10. Introduction to Collective Action11,2
ECON 11. General Economics31,2
ECON 101. Intermediate Macroeconomic Theory31,2
ECON 102. Intermediate Microeconomic Theory31,2
MATH 25. Fundamental Calculus31,2
STAT 101. Statistical Methods31,2

Core Courses (49 units). These are common courses required to all undergraduate students in the program. 

Core CoursesUnitsSem Offered
ABME 10. Foundations of Entrepreneurship31,2
ABME 11. Introduction to Agribusiness Management and Entrepreneurship11,2
ABME 103. Agribusiness Systems and Modalities31,2
ABME 172. Product Ideation and Creation31,2
ABME 190. Special Problems31,2
ABME 198. Internship3M
MGT 101. Concepts and Dynamics of Management31,2
MGT 109. Managerial Economics31,2
MGT 111. Principles of Accounting31,2
MGT 113. Managerial Accounting31,2
MGT 121. Quantitative Business Analysis31,2
MGT 131. Introduction to Human Relations and Behavior in Organization31,2
MGT 141. Fundamentals of Operations Management31,2
MGT 151. Introduction to Marketing Management31,2
MGT 155. International Marketing31,2
MGT 161. Business Law31,2
MGT 181 Fundamentals of Strategic Business Management31,2

Electives (12 units). These are courses chosen by a student from the list of courses offered by the university. 


Track Courses (9 units). These are the courses unique to the track chosen by the students. The BSABME program has two tracks, namely: Agribusiness Management and Agribusiness Entrepreneurship.

Tracks CoursesUnitsSem Offered
ABME 195. Agribusiness Research Methodologies31,2
MGT 115. Introduction to Financial Management31,2
MGT 133. Human Resource Management32
ABME 115. Entrepreneurial Finance31
ABME 174. Business Planning32
ABME 176. Starting and Managing Agribusiness Enterprises31

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