Environmental and Resource Economics
AEDECON 6300 Application of economic theory and methods to current problems in environmental and resource economics. Prereq: 4001 (500) or Econ 4001 (501). Not open to students with credit for 831. Graduate 3.0 In Person Agricultural, Environmental, and D ...
Operations Research in Agribusiness and Applied Economics
AEDECON 4002.02 Quantitative models and methods and their application to agricultural, environmental, and development economics and agribusiness. Prereq: 2005 (205), ComLdr 3537 (AEE 387), HCS 2260 (260), AnimSci 2260 (260), Stat 1145 (145), or 1430 (133) ...
Self-employment and Entrepreneurship in the Food, Agriculture, and Resource Sectors
AEDECON 4100 This course analyzes self-employment patterns in the food, agricultural, and resource sectors and considers the role of entrepreneurship in forming and reshaping business and social enterprises in these sectors. Prereq: 2001 or Econ 2001. Und ...
ATI Greenhouse Spring Plant Sale
The annual spring plant sale is scheduled for May 10-12. ...
Agribusiness Finance Applications
AEDECON 4104 The course covers financial concepts such as financial statements, time value of money, and capital budgeting as they apply to farm businesses and agribusinesses. Real life examples and in-course exercises are used including farm financial st ...
Emerging Issues in Agribusiness and Applied Economics
AEDECON 3300 This course familiarizes students with emerging domestic and international issues relevant to professionals in agribusiness through the lens of applied economics, while improving their teamwork and communications skills. Prereq: Jr standing. ...
AEDECON 3124 Students will learn the principles and practices involved in grain and feed marketing and the theory of grain pricing through the economics of agricultural markets. Prereq: Math 1130 or 1148. Prereq or concur: AEDEcon 3113 or 3114. Undergradu ...
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STEP visits Washington, D.C.
Submitted by Penny Nemitz, email@example.com Wooster Campus Second Year Transformational Experience Program (STEP) students attended a field trip to Washington D.C. on March 9 th through the 12 th. They were joined by faculty mentors Dr. Dan Linden and Dr. ...
Bacon, ham, hotdogs, and pepperoni.
Bacon, ham, hotdogs, and pepperoni... the new taste of training for BTES! We kicked off a new employee development initiative this week with Fresh Mark. ...