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FMTP 043 Entrepreneurship 2 (152-043-MC) (2.67 credits)

Offered by: Farm Mgmt & Technology Program (Agricultural & Environmental Sciences)

Overview

Farm Management Technology : The focus of Entrepreneurship 2 will be at the strategic level. Students will examine the steps necessary to prepare a business plan for an agricultural enterprise. They will be introduced to the development process of a farming business. The links between technical, financial, and economical aspect will be made. During this course students will discover the tax liabilities and laws as they pertain to a farming business in the province of Quebec, which will include a brief introduction to the Quebec Civil Code. Students will be exposed to external factors of a farming business through the use of a three-day field trip and guest speakers from the agricultural establishment. Students will continue the information gathering process which began in Budgeting, Finance and Policies.

Terms: Fall 2012

Instructors: Pascal Theriault (Fall)

  • (152-043-MC)
  • (4-2-2)