Managerial Economics

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Gain a thorough grounding in economic theory and practical business applications. Cultivate skills in quantitative methods, problem-solving strategies, critical thinking, and effective communication that lead to promising careers in the business industry. 
 

Made by students in the course SAS 190X Digital Communications in Agricultural, Environmental and Human Sciences.

Career options

  • Accountant
  • Agribusiness manager
  • Analyst
  • Bank officer
  • Economist
  • Entrepreneur
  • Financial services consultant
  • Marketing/sales manager
  • Real estate broker/Realtor
  • Statistician/actuary

Specializations

  • Agribusiness Economics
  • Business Economics
  • Environmental and Resources Economics
  • International Business Economics

Contact

1176 Social Sciences and Humanities
530-754-9536
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