Are you looking to get ahead of classes this summer? Maybe you need to make up a few credits? Do you just want to take a course for something to do? Learn more about a few course options for YOU to take this summer below!
AGEC/BADM 457: Business Ethics
In this course, you will study the ethical implications of managerial decisions! Topics covered include the responsibility of the organization to the individual and society, the role of the individual within the organization, and ethical systems for American business. Not only that, but this course provides an examination and assessment of current American business practices - and there are no prerequisites!
AGEC 473/473L: Rural Real Estate Appraisal & lab
Are you interested in the practices of rural real estate appraisal? In this course, you will examine the application of cost, market data, and income approaches to rural land. You will also cover building appraisal, including tax, loan, and other specialized rural appraisal procedures in developing the appraisal report. You must be in junior standing to take this course.
AGEC 479: Ag Policy
This course examines the process of developing agricultural and food policy. Topics you will cover include the policy development process, global and domestic implications of both US domestic and international trade policies, environmental and resource issues, food safety, security, and nutrition policies, and the intended and unintended consequences of policy decisions. You must have taken both ECON 201 and ECON 202 to enroll in this class.
DSCI 424: Operations Research
This course looks at quantitative tools and methods used in the decision making process of business organizations. Linear programming, decision making under uncertainty, simulation, inventory models, and queuing models are all topics you will study in this course! Prerequisites are BADM 220 or STAT 281.
ECON 301: Intermediate Microeconomics
In intermediate microeconomics, you will examine more advanced microeconomic theory, then apply it to consumers’ and businesses’ consumption, pricing and output decisions in various types of markets. The prerequisites for this course are ECON 201 and MATH 121 or 123.
ECON 302: Intermediate Macroeconomics
In intermediate macroeconomics, you will examine more advanced macroeconomic theories, then use them to understand the determinants of national output, prices, interest rates, and employment under various conditions, and to evaluate effectiveness of monetary and fiscal policies. The prerequisites for this course are ECON 202 and MATH 121 or 123.
ECON 431: Managerial Economics
In this course, you will learn applications of microeconomic theory, statistics and other quantitative methods to analysis and solution of decision making problems confronted by managers of agribusiness, commercial and manufacturing enterprises. Topics you will cover include economic analysis of demand, production, cost, market structure, government regulation, risk, and capital budgeting. This course’s prerequisites are ECON 201 and STAT 281.
FIN 492/592: Behavioral Finance
This course will be devoted to a particular issue for you to examine this summer! Course content is not wholly included in the regular curriculum and you will hear from a variety of guests! There are no prerequisites for this course!