About the Livestock and Poultry Management Degree
Approximately sixty-three percent of North Carolina’s Farm Cash Receipts come from Livestock and Poultry production. With the current projections of the world population to exceed 9 Billion by 2050, it becomes more important to prepare students to meet the expected increases in the demand for affordable protein. The Livestock and Poultry Management (LPM) Associates of Applied Science (AAS) is designed for students with an interest in working with various livestock (dairy, beef, and swine) and poultry (broiler, turkey, and commercial egg) species post-graduation. This degree prepares graduates for entry level management positions in live production, technical consultation or with allied industries. The curriculum includes: technical courses such as beef, swine, and poultry management courses; Ag Business courses; and General Education Program (GEP) courses which include Math, English, Humanities, and Social Sciences.
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Meet the Faculty
The faculy here at the Agricultural Institute love what they do and are experts in their field. If you would like to learn more about the faculty in this degree program, please click here.
What can I do with this major?
- Pesticide Sales
- Farm Management
- Feed and Equipment Sales
- Poultry Management
- Livestock Management
- Research Technician