The Agricultural Business Management minor (27) is available to students outside the AREC Department. Business Administration majors planning to minor in Agricultural Business Management must see both a business and an AREC advisor to discuss certain course restrictions in the minor. Business majors must choose alternate AREC courses to replace the credits that are also in the BA major.
Each minor in the Agricultural and Resource Economics (AREC) Department is created to provide students within and outside the discipline the opportunity to study a secondary area. Each minor requires 27 credits of course work in addition to the student's major. At least 12 of the 27 credits must be upper division. No credits counted toward the minor can be courses also counted toward the student's major.
Agricultural Business Management (ABM) majors may not elect to complete an Agricultural Business Management. Environmental Economics and Policy (EEP) majors may not elect to complete a Resource Economics or Natural Resource and Environmental Law and Policy minor.
AREC 211. Management in Agriculture (4)
AREC 221. Marketing in Agriculture (3)
AREC 300. Applied Economics Analysis (3)
Complete a minimum of 10 credits from the following:
AREC 372. Agricultural Cooperatives (2)
AREC 382. Farm and Ranch Appraisal (4)
AREC 447. Agricultural Price and Market Analysis (4)
AREC 461. ^Agricultural and Food Policy Issues (4)
AREC 465. M/Agricultural Financial Reporting and Analysis (3)
AREC 467. M/Capital Budgeting in Agriculture (1)
AREC 468. M/Crop Enterprise Budgeting (1)
AREC 469. M/Livestock Enterprise Budgeting (1)
AREC 470. M/Farm Budgeting and Planning (1)
AREC 475. M/Negotiation in Business and Resource Management (1)
AREC 476. M/Agricultural Personnel Management (2)
BA 360. Introduction to Financial Management (4)
BA 463. Family Business Management (4)
Choose additional courses from the list above or approved AREC or BA elective courses to reach 27 credits.