Tuesday, April 28, 2009

Resource Economics - Info for Prospective Majors

Bernie Morzuch and Donna Spraggon, from the Resource Economics Department, will be offering one more Group Information Session during the evening of Thursday, May 7

IMPORTANT:  If you are interested in the Resource Economics major, you must:
  1. go to the ResEcon website
  2. carefully read the webpage and familiarize yourself with the handbook, and 
  3. fill out the statement of interest  in order to be invited to the meeting.

Once you have filled out the statement of interest, you will receive an email with details about the Information Session on May 7th (you must complete the webform before you can attend the info session).

The Resource Economics department offers four options: Consumer and Family Economics, Food Marketing Economics, Managerial Economics in Food and Resource Industries, and Natural Resource Economics.   Please note: the discipline of Resource Economics is founded on economic principles, and is highly quantitative, in an on-going way. 

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