Introduces students to principles from various disciplines related to social, economic and environmental sustainability. Students will evaluate key concepts and examine tradeoffs that are a part of sustainability action using case studies representing diverse perspectives. Prereq: Soph standing, or permission of instructor. Cross-listed in ENR.
Agricultural, Environmental, and Dev Economics
Nature and need for business records, analysis and interpretation of essential records from manager/owner viewpoint; their use in small business practices. Prereq: 2001 or 2001H or Econ 2001.01, 2001.02, or 2001.03H. Not open to students with credit for AcctMIS 2200 or 2300.
Introductory course in data analysis, stressing computer applications of probability and statistics, problems of data gathering, presentation, and interpretation in economics and business. Prereq: Math 1130 (130) or 1131 (131) or 1148 (148) or 1150 (150) or 1151.01 (151.01) or 1151.02 (151.02) or 1156 (151.03). Not open to students with credit for 2005 (205) or ComLdr 3537 (AgrEduc 387 or AEE 387) or HCS 2260 (260) or AnimSci 2260 (260) or Stat 1430 (133) or 1450 (145). GE data anly course.
Microeconomic principles applied to allocation issues in the production, distribution, and consumption of food and natural resource use. Prereq: Not open to students with credit for 2001H or Econ 2001. This course is available for EM credit. GE soc sci human, nat, and econ resources course.
Theoretical formulation and numerical analysis of stochastic dynamic models in agricultural, environmental, development and financial economics. Prereq: 4001 (500) or Econ 4001.01 (501.01).
Application of advanced mathematics and mathematical optimization methods to problems in agricultural, environmental, and development economics. Prereq: 4001 (500) or Econ 4001 (501).
Application of advanced economic theory and methods to problems of regional economic development. Prereq: Econ 8712 (804). Not open to students with credit for 840.
Application of advanced economic theory and methods to the allocation and optimal management of exhaustible and renewable natural resources. Prereq: Econ 8712 (804).
Application of advanced economic theory and methods to the allocation of environmental goods and services. Prereq: Econ 8712 (804). Not open to students with credit for 831.
Special topics pertaining to the application of econometric methods to empirical problems in agricultural, environmental, and development economics. Prereq: 7130 and Econ 8712 (804), or equiv.