Food & Agribusiness Management Minor
for the Minor in Food and Agribusiness Management
The Food and Agribusiness Management minor is designed for students to deepen their knowledge of the economics and management of agribusinesses as a complement to studies and practices in their major field. Courses will address food, biofuels, biotechnology, agriculture, the environment, and management within the global agribusiness system.
|Required for the Minor in Food and Agribusiness Management|
|ACE 100||Introduction to Applied Microeconomics||3-4|
|or ECON 102||Microeconomic Principles|
|ACE 222||Agricultural Marketing||3|
|ACE 231||Food and Agribusiness Mgt||3|
|Select at least three hours from:||3|
|The World Food Economy|
|Food Marketing and Behavior|
|Finan Decision Indiv Sm Bus|
|Select two of the following:||6-7|
|Commodity Price Analysis|
|Commodity Futures and Options|
|Agri-food Strategic Management|
|Global Agribusiness Management|
|International Business Immersion|
|Financial Services & Investing Planning|
A minimum of 18 hours must be completed for this minor. Courses in the minor cannot be completed Credit/No Credit.
Enrollment in the Food and Agribusiness Minor is not available to students enrolled in the Agribusiness Markets and Management concentration of the Department of ACE, but students in other concentrations in ACE may be admitted to the minor. The 300- and 400-level courses may have additional prerequisites not included in requirements for the minor.