BS Agricultural and Resource Economics in Marketing and Business ManagementAdd to Favourites
The Department of Agricultural and Resources Economics undergraduate program provides education and coursework to prepare students to think analytically and apply decision-making skills to problems of production and distribution of food products and the management of natural resources and the environment. The program is highly flexible and caters to individualized interests while the curriculum allows students to develop multiple skills and interests from the major areas of study and concentrations offered. Concentration in Marketing and Business Management prepares students to analyze and evaluate agricultural business problems and management decisions using business software, understand the factors that determine consumer choices, determine profit and price-risk management, utilize and apply statistical methods to analyze commodity markets and economic data, formulate marketing plans and strategies for both generic commodities and specialized products, and explain how external forces such as law, environmental regulations, and government policies impact agricultural business decision making. This training prepares students for careers in national or international business management and agricultural marketing.
Category of Education Life Science and Biology
UniversityUniversity of Connecticut
United States of America