Understand the role of energy in the economy and the environment. Explore the economics of clean, renewable energy, and understand the different policies for pollution control. Prereq: 2001 (200) or Econ 2001 (200). Not open to students with credit for 565 or IntStds 4320 (565). Cross-listed in IntStds.
Agricultural, Environmental, and Dev Economics
This introductory course in environmental and natural resource economics provides an economic perspective to analyze contemporary issues in environmental protection and natural resource management. Prereq: 2001 or Econ 2001.
Planning, conducting, and reporting a special problem in agricultural economics. Prereq: CPHR 2.50 or above, and permission of instructor. Not open to students with 6 cr hrs in 4193 or 693.01-693.08. Repeatable to a maximum of 6 cr hrs or 3 completions. This course is graded S/U.
Experiential learning and managerial economics applied to strategic management in agribusiness. Formulate managerial strategies in a competitive environment constrained by the firm's products, internal resources, market segments, and supply chains. Prereq: 3101 (401), 3103 (403), and 4001 (500), and a second writing course. Not open to students with credit for 601.
Understanding of economic tools and concepts for analyzing public policies important to the food industry, agriculture and natural resources. Prereq: 2001 or 2001H or Econ 2001 or 2001H; and AEDEcon 3000. Prereq or concur: 4001 or Econ 4001.02.
Students will be introduced to and gain experience with quantitative statistical models and related methods and their application to agricultural, environmental and development economics and agribusiness. Prereq: 2005 or AnimSci 2260 or ComLdr 3537 or HCS 2260 or Stat 1430 or 1450; and AEDEcon 2001 or 2001H or Econ 2001 or 2001H; and AEDEcon 3000. Prereq or concur: AEDEcon 4001 or Econ 4001.02.
Designed to study theories and methodologies for analyzing rural and regional economic development, primarily in advanced economies. Prereq: 2001 (200), or equiv course in Microeconomics.
Application of economic theory and methods to agribusiness decision making. Prereq: 3000, and 2001 or 2001H or Econ 2001 or 2001H.
Supervised experience with an approved firm or organization; pre-approved proposal and report or presentation are required. Prereq: 3101, 3102, 3103, 4001, or Econ 4001, and enrollment in department major, and permission of instructor. Prereq or concur: FAES 3191. This course is graded S/U.
A study of the legal system and selected areas of law that affect agricultural types of businesses, including civil liabilities, property law, business law and regulatory law. Prereq: 2001 (200), 2001H (200H), Econ 2001 (200), or 2001H (201H). Not open to students with credit for 470 or 670.