The agribusiness minor is designed to provide students in disciplines other than environmental and resource economics with training in the economics and management of agricultural and other natural resource business firms. This program prepares students to work for private companies, governmental agencies, or nonprofit, nongovernmental organizations. Students who are interested in operating their own businesses will also find this minor very useful. The courses in the agribusiness minor emphasize the applications of economic and business management principles.
|EREC 411||Environmental and Resource Economics Perspectives (or equivalent) 1||4|
|ABM 407||Applied Marketing||4|
|or MKTG 550||Survey of Marketing|
|ABM 508||Managerial Accounting||4|
|EREC 606||Land Economics Perspectives: Uses, Policies, and Taxes||4|
|EREC 601||Agribusiness Economics and Management||4|
EREC 411 cannot be taken for credit if credit has been earned for ECON 402.
For additional information, contact John M. Halstead, Environmental and Resource Economics Program Coordinator, 168 James Hall, (603) 862-3914.