Minor in International Development Economics
|Required for the Minor in International Development Economics|
|ACE 100||Agr Cons and Resource Econ||3-4|
|or ECON 102||Microeconomic Principles|
|ACE 251||The World Food Economy||3|
|Select one of the following:||3|
|Economic Systems in Africa|
|Econ of US Rural Poverty & Dev|
|Select two of the following:||6|
|Environment and Development|
|Intl Business Immersion|
|Agriculture in Intl Dev|
|The Latin American Economies|
|Econ Dev of Tropical Africa|
|Intl Trade in Food and Agr|
|At least 12 hours taken from the preceding two categories||3|
Some of these courses have additional non-ACE prerequisites. A semester-long study abroad experience in an emerging market or development economy (i.e. countries not part of the OECD) will be accepted in lieu of one of these courses.
The minor should consist of at least 18 hours of course work. At least 6 hours of the minor must be advanced (300 or 400) level courses.
Courses in the minor cannot be completed Credit/No-Credit.
Minor advising information available from:
Dr. Kathy Baylis
Associate Professor, Department of ACE
302B Mumford Hall