Food and Resource Economics Minor
The International Development and Humanitarian Assistance minor provides the foundational skills and knowledge necessary to contribute productively in nonprofit organizations, private businesses, and public-sector organizations involved with international development and humanitarian assistance.
|Danielle Shu||Academic Advisor||1170 MCCAfirstname.lastname@example.org|
About this Program
- College: Agricultural and Life Sciences
- Credits: 15 | Completed with minimum grades of C
The student's academic advisor and the undergraduate coordinator in Food and Resource Economics must approve the courses for the minor at least two semesters before graduation.
AEB 3103 does not apply toward the minor.
|AEB 3510||Quantitative Methods in Food and Resource Economics||3|
|AEB 3550||Agricultural Data Analysis in Food and Resource Economics||3|
|AEB 42XX||Food and Resource Economics policy course||3|
|AEB 4334||Agricultural Price Analysis and Consumer Behavior||3|
|AEB course (3000/4000 level)||3|
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