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Agroecology (21–24 credits)
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Environmental and Business Economics (21–23 credits)
Environmental Policy, Institutions, and Behavior (21 credits)
Environmental Sciences (21 credits)
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New Brunswick/Piscataway Undergraduate Catalog 2005-2007 Cook College Programs of Study Minor Programs of Study Environmental and Business Economics (21–23 credits)  

Environmental and Business Economics (21–23 credits)

Adviser: Maurice P. Hartley: Cook Office Building, Room 112, 932-9155, ext. 216 (

This program is not open to majors in environmental and business economics (373) or economics (220) or to Rutgers Business School: Undergraduate-New Brunswick students. Students must complete introductory micro- and macroeconomics with a grade of C or better. No more than one Dwill be allowed in the remaining five courses.

Required courses (12)

01:220:103 Introduction to Macroeconomics (3)

11:373:121 Principles and Applications of Microeconomics (3)

11:373:241 Agribusiness Management (3)

11:373:361 Land Economics (3) or 11:373:362 Natural Resource Economics (3) or 11:373:363 Environmental Economics (3)

Electives (9-11)

Any three of the following courses for which prerequisites are fulfilled or instructor`s permission is granted:

11:373:210 Business Decision Computer Tools (4)

11:373:231 Agribusiness Marketing (3)

11:373:321 Economics of Production (3)

11:373:323 Public Policy toward the Food Industry (3)

11:373:331 Economics of Food Marketing Systems (3)

11:373:341 Management: Human Systems Development (3)

11:373:351 Agribusiness Finance I (3)

11:373:352 Economics of Futures Markets (3)

11:373:361 Land Economics (3)

11:373:362 Natural Resource Economics (3)

11:373:363 Environmental Economics (3)

11:373:371 Food Health and Safety Policy (3)

11:373:402 International Agribusiness Marketing (3)

11:373:422 Demand and Price Analysis (3)

11:373:425 Application of Econometrics in Agricultural Economics (3)

11:373:451 Agribusiness Finance II (3)

11:373:465 Agribusiness Marketing Research (4)

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