An emphasis allows students to select restricted elective requirements that focus on a specific area of study within Managerial Economics. Each empahsis requires at least 32 units of restricted electives. Students in the Managerial Economics major must select at least one major emphasis.
Understanding the modern business world, corporate finance and accounting, rigorous analytical methods, sound decision-making skills, and innovative management and marketing strategies.
- Business Strategy
- Market Trends
- Investment Decisions
- Wealth Management
- Balancing Budgets
- Financial and Commodity Markets
International Business Economics
Exploration of economic factors and relevant public policy affecting the patterns of growth in international trade, globalization, and the major emerging markets.
- Import/Export Markets
- International Trade Agreements/Disputes
- Current Markets
- Emerging Market Economies
Environmental and Resource Economics
The role of policy makers and industry participants play in the vital relationships between the environment, natural resources, and the economy.
- Climate Change
- Cap and Trade
- Pollution Policies
- Value of Wetlands
- Fisheries Management
- Wind and Solar Energy
- Groundwater Management
Agricultural resource use, food and fiber production, markets, trade, food consumption, and nutrition.
- Food Safety
- Food Market Policies
- GMO Regulations
- Animal Welfare
- Farm Management
- Farm Labor
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