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Managerial Economics

Gain a thorough grounding in economic theory and practical business applications. Cultivate skills in quantitative methods, problem-solving strategies, critical thinking and effective communica- tion 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
  • Analyst
  • Entrepreneur
  • Environmental planner
  • Financial services consultant
  • International consultant
  • Manager
  • Marketing/sales manager
  • Real estate broker
  • Stock/commodity broker


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


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