Integrated Crop Management Option
- Recommended Academic Plan - University Park (PDF)
- Recommended Academic Plan - Commonwealth Campuses (PDF)
- ICM Course Checksheet (PDF)
- Supporting Courses (PDF)
- Curriculum - University Bulletin
Those preparing to enter the profession with a B.S. degree should select the Integrated Crop Management option.
Graduates in Agroecology have a wide choice of careers. Over 90% get jobs in service to the agricultural industry as farm managers, farm chemical and fertilizer store managers, sales representatives, field and laboratory technicians, crop management consultants, extension agents, soil and water conservationists and inspectors for various state and federal regulatory agencies. Some may return to the farm and become producers of farm products.
For the B.S. degree in Agroecology, a minimum of 123 credits is required.