Extractions: Faculty of Agriculture Undergraduate Programme The Department is involved in the teaching programme in all four years of the undergraduate course in Agriculture. During the initial six semesters, Department conducts courses for the core programme. In the last two semesters, advanced courses in Agricultural Economics are offered. The courses offered for the core programme are:
Agric & Resource Economics Minor (AREC) Program Requirements Report agric Resource economics Minor (AREC) agricultural Resource economics Academic Year Minor course work 1. Core courses complete A. 1 course from http://www.arizona.edu/academic/oncourse/data-minors/994/DPUxMINxARECxxx.html
Extractions: The purpose of the qualification is to prepare students at an advanced level for a management or research career in the fields of economics and business applied to the agricultural, agribusiness and natural resources sector. This course targets specifically those that have to operate at policy level in institutions. It creates an opportunity for specialisation over and above the skills acquired in the BSc Agric. degree. In comparison to the BSc level which is more a generalised approach, the MSc courses emphasises specialisation in the core areas offered by this department, viz. resource economics, agribusiness, agricultural and rural finance and agricultural policy analysis.
Economics-based Courses Table Of Contents. economicsbased courses. Bachelor of Resource economics. 2002Faculty of agriculture, Food and Natural Resources E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org http://www.agric.usyd.edu.au/courses/ug/econ.htm
Undergraduate Courses economicsbased courses. Bachelor of agricultural economics; Bachelor of Resourceeconomics. of agriculture, Food and Natural Resources E-mail email@example.com http://www.agric.usyd.edu.au/courses/ug/
Courses Taken At Georgetown University Cornell University, 1998. courses Taken at Georgetown University economics of Development. agric. economics. S. Kyle http://www.georgetown.edu/users/rahardjs/courses.pdf
Agricultural Economics Students must complete 5 courses of equivalent credit. 2. Masters Degreesin agricultural economics. M.Sc.agric. and M.agric.Admin. http://www.sun.ac.za/internet/academic/agric/agric_econ/
Agricultural Economics approved by the agricultural economics Program Advisor. Majors. Required courses (21 credit units) agric 491.3, AG EC http://www.usask.ca/registrar/95_96_Calendar/Coll_of_AG/AG_gi_spec_AGEC.html
Extractions: In consultation with the Agricultural Economics Program Advisor, courses are chosen in relation to a particular emphasis such as Farm Business Management, Resource Economics, Rural Development, Marketing, Price Analysis, Agri-Business or Agricultural Policy. AGRIC 201.3, 291.3, AG EC 262.3, 272.3; ECON 211.3, 214.3; MATH 110.3 and 112.3 or 116.3; Electives (6 credit units). Honours Required Courses (33 credit units): AGRIC 491.3, 497.6; AG EC 310.3, 320.3, 340.3, 362.3, 440.3, 451.3; ECON 404.6. Restricted Electives: 9 credit units from: AGEC 343.3, 420.3, 430.3, 432.3, 433.3, 434.3, 435.3, 460.3, 462.3; AGRIC 222.3 or HIST 371.3. Electives: 24 credit units from: Commerce, Economics, Mathematics and specialization minor courses as approved by the Agricultural Economics Program Advisor. Majors Required Courses (21 credit units): AGRIC 491.3, AG EC 310.3, 320.3, 340.3, 362.3, 440.3, 451.3. Restricted Electives: 9 credit units from: AGEC 343.3, 420.3, 430.3, 432.3, 433.3, 434.3, 435.3, 460.3, 462.3; AGRIC 222.3 or HIST 371.3. Electives: 36 credit units from: Commerce, Economics, Mathematics and specialization minor courses as approved by the Agricultural Economics Program Advisor.
Agric & Resource Economics Minor (AREC) Page from the University of Western Australia economics and Commerce (Business School) Handbook 2003 List of courses Available in the Faculty The courses available in the Faculty of economics and Commerce are of Science in agriculture/Bachelor of economicsBSc(agric)/BEc. Bachelor of Science in agriculture/Bachelor of http://www.arizona.edu/academic/oncourse/data-minors/984/DPUxMINxARECxxx.html
Extractions: E.H. Kaiser AP EC 309 Economics of Agri. Mktg 1:25-2:15 MWF L.L. Bauer AP EC 351, Sec 1 Principles of Advertising 2:30-3:45 MW 104 Newman E.H. Kaiser AP EC 351, Sec 2 Principles of Advertising 12:30-1:45 TTH 104 Newman E.H. Kaiser AP EC 402/602 Production Econ 2:00-3:15 TTH S. E. Miller AP EC 409/609 Commod Futures
University Of Saskatchewan - Agriculture Courses See the General Information section of this Calendar for an explanation of the format used in course descriptions. Not all courses listed below are offered every year. Students should consult with their B.S.A. Prerequisite(s) For agricultural economics students AG EC 315 (or 310), 342 (or 340) and 361 (or 362). agric 498.3 These courses are offered occasionally by visiting faculty and http://www.usask.ca/registrar/99_00_Calendar/Coll_of_AG/AG_course_AGRIC.html
Extractions: The nature of agricultural systems in Western Canada and throughout the world is explored through an examination of the physical, economic and social components of agricultural systems and their interactions. Emphasis is placed on understanding the functioning of agricultural systems, including why different agricultural systems have evolved and will continue to evolve in the face of change. Production, environmental, and socio-economic issues specific to different systems are discussed. AGRIC 210.3
Ag Economics Undergraduate Courses agric 105, agricULTURE AND SOCIETY 3(3 and 0)F EX ST 462, 662, STATISTICS APPLIEDTO economics 3(3 projects in sociological areas not covered in other courses. http://cherokee.agecon.clemson.edu/course-u.htm
Extractions: Analytical survey of the various subdivisions of agricultural economics, to include farm organization, enterprise, land economics, marketing, farm prices, governmental farm policies, and the relation of agriculture to the national and international economy. AP EC 257 NATURAL RESOURCES, ENVIRONMENT, AND ECONOMICS 3cr. (3,0) F
Extractions: The courses available in the Faculty of Economics and Commerce are: Graduate Certificate in ManagementGradCertMgt Graduate Diploma in AccountingGradDipAcc Graduate Diploma in Business AdministrationGradDipBusAdmin Graduate Diploma in EconomicsGradDipEcons Graduate Diploma in FinanceGradDipFin Graduate Diploma in Human Resource ManagementGradDipHRM Graduate Diploma in Industrial RelationsGradDipIR Graduate Diploma in Information ManagementGradDipInfoMgt Graduate Diploma in MarketingGradDipMktg
CFES---Environmental Economics BSc Hons, BSc agric Hons, BSc agric economics), or equivalent degree status whichincludes appropriate subjects in economics. Required courses http://www.up.ac.za/academic/centre-environmental-studies/courses-economics.html
Extractions: The purpose of this option is to train environmental graduates specialised for careers in environmental economics and policy. On completion of the training, candidates should be conversant and be able to partake in, or render advice concerning, all aspects involved in the economic implications of environmental resource use. This includes economic analytical approaches, economic inefficiency, misallocation, market failure, policy failure, the economics of renewable and non-renewable resources, cost-benefit analysis, valuation of environmental goods and services, environmental accounting, temporal allocation and dynamic optimisation of resource use. MSc : Environmental Economics Before application for admission to the Environmental Economics option (MSc), candidates must be in possession of a four-year degree qualification (BSc Hons, BSc Agric Hons, BSc Agric Economics), or equivalent degree status which includes appropriate subjects in economics. Final admission is subject to the approval
University Of Saskatchewan - Agricultural Economics 462.3; agric 222.3. Electives 27 credit units from commerce, economics, mathematics,agricultural economics and, if applicable, specialization minor courses ( http://www.usask.ca/registrar/99_00_Calendar/Coll_of_AG/AG_gi_spec_AGEC.html
Extractions: (Program under review)* The objective of Agricultural Economics is to provide an understanding of current economics, social and environmental issues facing Saskatchewan and the world, and in looking for practical solutions. AGRIC 201.3, 291.3, AG EC 262.3, 272.3; ECON 211.3, 214.3; MATH 110.3 and 112.3 or 116.3; Electives (6 credit units). Note: Electives can be used towards specialization minor courses (e.g. Agriculture Business minor). Required Courses (30 credit units): AGRIC 494.6; AG EC 310.3, 320.3, 340.3, 362.3, 440.3, 451.3; ECON 404.6. Restricted Electives: 9 credit units from: AG EC 343.3, 420.3, 430.3, 432.3, 433.3, 434.3, 435.3, 460.3, 462.3; AGRIC 222.3 Electives: 27 credit units from: commerce, economics, mathematics, agricultural economics and, if applicable, specialization minor courses (e.g. Agriculture Business minor). In addition, 3 credit units must be in the social sciences, fine arts or humanities. Note: Up to 9 credit units can be used as open electives.
SPRING03 - SCHEDULE OF COURSES SPRING03 SCHEDULE OF courses. KEPNER AEB 4941 X DEP-X VAR TBA NFE PRACT WORK EXPIN FRE LONG AEB 4951 X DEP-X 01 TBA FE SURV agric economics STERNS AEB 5387 X http://www.reg.ufl.edu/soc/stx/foodreso.spring.htm
SPRING 03 - SCHEDULE OF COURSES MGT. KEPNER. AEB 4941, X, DEPX, VAR, TBA, NFE, PRACT WORK EXP IN FRE,LONG. AEB 4951, X, DEP-X, 01, TBA, FE, SURV agric economics, STERNS.AEB 5387, http://www.reg.ufl.edu/soc/spr/foodreso.spring.htm
Extractions: MCCA 1189 UNDERGRADUATE ADVISER(S): B. LONG GRADUATE ADVISER: C. ANDREW DEPT-CRSE CF CC GE ... AEB 2014 X T R MCCB LONG W MCCB AEB 2014 X T R MCCB LONG W MCCB AEB 3103 S X MTWRF MCCA HNRS PRIN FRE DRUMMOND AEB 3103 S X MTWR CSE PRINCIPLES OF FRE BEILOCK AEB 3103 S X MTWR MCCA PRINCIPLES OF FRE DRUMMOND AEB 3103 S X DEP-X TBA NFE PRINCIPLES OF FRE DRUMMOND AEB 3114L Z T R MCCB INTRO AG COMPU APPLIC BARBER AEB 3133 X M W F CSE PRIN AGRIBUS MANAGE HOUSE AEB 3142 X M W F MCCB RURAL PROPERTY APPRAI REYNOLDS AEB 3144 X M W F FAB INTR TO AGRIC FINANCE VAN BLOKLAND AEB 3144 X DEP-X TBA NFE INTR TO AGRIC FINANCE VAN BLOKLAND AEB 3300 X M W FAB AGRIC/FOOD MARKETING STERNS W FAB AEB 3315 X M W F MCCA VANSICKLE AEB 3341 X T MCCA SELLING STRATEGICALLY WALLACE R MCCA AEB 3450 X T FAC INTRO NAT RES/ENVIRON KIKER R FAC AEB 3510 X M W F MCCB BEILOCK AEB 3550 X T R MCCB AGRIC DATA ANALYSIS COMER AEB 4123 X T R MCCB AGRICULTURAL LAW OLEXA R MCCB AEB 4123 X T R MCCB AGRICULTURAL LAW OLEXA R MCCB AEB 4126 HS X T FLG AGR/NAT RESOURC ETHIC BURKHARDT T R FLG AEB 4274 X M W F FAC NAT RES/ENVIR POLICY ADAMS AEB 4284 X M LIT HUMAN RESOURCE POLICY COTHRAN W LIT AEB 4314 X DEP-X TBA NFE TERM MKT AND COM EXC VANSICKLE AEB 4325 X DEP-X M W MCCB CONTEMP ISSUE MANAGE FAIRCHILD AEB 4342 X M W F CSE AGRIBUS/FOOD MARKET HOUSE AEB 4343 X T MCCB INTERNAT AGRI MARKET FAIRCHILD R MCCB AEB 4380 X DEP-X M W F WEIM AGR MARKET STRATEGIES BARBER AEB 4424 X M W F CSE HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGE KEPNER AEB 4424 X TBA NFE HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGE WADE AEB 4452 X M W F N-Z ADV NAT RES/ENVIRON LEE AEB 4454 X T MUS CONTEMP ISSUE NAT RES ATHEARN R MUS AEB 4905 X DEP-X VAR TBA NFE BARBER
Agric. Economics & Farm Mgmt. Graduate Degree Program the Ph.D. degree will take their major studies in Agricultural economics, and byselecting appropriate courses (700 series), concentrate on one field of study. http://www.umanitoba.ca/afs/agric_economics/programs/grad.html
Extractions: University of Manitoba The Department of Agricultural Economics and Farm Management offers graduate instruction leading to the M.Sc. and Ph.D. degrees. The purpose of graduate training in Agricultural Economics and Farm Management is to develop competence in solving real world problems relating to food production and marketing and the quality of rural life. The discipline of agricultural economics is problem oriented with the focus being on the application or adaptation of economic theory to resource utilization. Admission Requirements For admission to the graduate program in Agricultural Economics and Farm Management, the applicant must possess the equivalent of the B.S.A. degree with a major in Agricultural Economics or an Honors degree in Economics from The University of Manitoba, or any other degree which provides an equally strong basis for a graduate program in the Department. If the applicant has deficiencies of more than 12 credit hours, a requirement may be to successfully complete a pre-Master's program before being admitted to a regular graduate program. Acceptance of students intending to pursue graduate studies is based upon a careful appraisal of their academic records and the recommendations of references. All students graduating from a university outside of North America must take a Graduate Record Examination. All students whose primary language is not English must provide evidence of proficiency in English, such as a Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) with a minimum score of 550.