The minor identifies students who have completed an integrated set of courses in agricultural and resource economics. Areas of study in the minor include agricultural production management, financial management, marketing management, international development and trade, natural resources, and environmental economics.
21 credits are needed for a minor in Agricultural and Resource Economics.
• AREC 202 Agricultural and Resource Economics
• 15-18 credits of any 300 level AREC course
• 3 credits may include ECON 204 Macroeconomics or AREC 240 Environmental Economics