Emerging Issues in Agribusiness and Applied Economics

AEDECON 3300

AEDECON 3300 Emerging Issues in Agribusiness and Applied Economics has been developed in response to stakeholder, advisor, and faculty interest in creating an opportunity for students to explore emerging domestic and international issues in agriculture through the lens of applied economics. Students will be exposed to research, a breadth of perspectives, and expert analysis of contemporary issues in agriculture. The course is designed to create a space where students in the major and those new to it, engage with the content to create a common understanding of the issues. Students will be required to utilize written, verbal, and data analysis skills to communicate about topics central to the major.  

Prereq: Jr standing.

Course Level: 
Undergraduate
Unit(s): 
3.0
Sample Syllabus: 
Semesters Offered: 
Spring 2024