[ECON 208] Sustainable Agricultural Management


This course is an introduction to global agriculture and natural resource management. Students will learn how agriculture has been evolving to where it is now. More focus will be on agribusiness principles and how sustainability issues are shaping current and future business decisions as firms strive to remain profitable. In addition, students will learn about what the conversion to sustainable agriculture entails for different parts of the world. The course exposes students to hands on experience and interaction with experts in the sustainable agriculture field. No prior exposure to any form of agriculture is required/assumed.

Course Title

Sustainable Agricultural Management

Course Code

ECON 208

Units

1

Prerequisites

Prerequisite: Economics 199.

Frequency

Offered occasionally.

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