Build skills to manage communities and understand and shape economic and sociocultural forces transforming organizations.
Cultivate skills in evaluating environmental policy, transportation and planning, and natural resource management. Develop a deep understanding of the legal, economic, and political issues, and the scientific basis for policymaking.
Explore ways that culture, economics, and technology affect agriculture, and build the skills and knowledge to help produce and distribute food to the people of developing countries.
Gain a thorough grounding in economic theory and practical business applications. Cultivate skills in quantitative methods, problem-solving strategies, critical thinking, and effective communication that lead to promising careers in the business industry.