College of Economics and Management


Libornio S. Cabanilla, Dean Jose V. Camacho, Jr., Associate Dean Agnes T. Banzon, College Secretary Reynaldo L. Tan, Chair, Dept. of Agribusiness Management Cesar B. Quicoy, Chair, Dept. of Agricultural Economics Amelia L. Bello, Chair, Dept. of Economics The College of Economics and Management (CEM) was formally created in the 996th UP-BOR meeting, February 1987. However, the College traces its roots to the Institute of Agricultural Development and Administration (IADA)which was established in 1975, with three departments – Agricultural Economics (DAE), Economics (DE), and Management (DM), and was elevated to the College of Economics and Management from the merger of IADA with the Agricultural Credit and Cooperative Studies and the Agrarian Reform Institute in 1978. At present, CEM is composed of three departments – the Department of Agricultural Economics, the Department of Economics and the Department of Agribusiness Management. The college sees itself as a center of excellence in undergraduate and graduate instruction, research and extension in economics, agricultural and applied economics, and agribusiness management in Asia. It envisions to be an institution of higher learning that can serve as an active catalyst for economic and social transformation. Its two-fold mission is to produce graduates and future leaders with strong training in economics, agricultural and applied economics, and in agribusiness management for the challenges of economic growth and development under a competitive global setting; and to engage in development-oriented research, policy advocacy and extension services that would promote efficiency, equity, competitiveness and environmental sustainability of economic activities. UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMS Bachelor of Science in Agribusiness Management This program was designed to enhance expertise for increased managerial responsibility in farms, agro-industries and public agencies of individuals engaged in planning and implementing agribusiness development projects/programs. As a field of study, agribusiness is management in orientation and is concerned not only with the technical side of agriculture but also with the management of a business. Students specializing in this area can expect to be exposed to business concepts, economic principles, and management tools necessary to solve marketing, financial, production and personal concerns of agriculture-based businesses. The curriculum includes 71 units of general education subjects to develop social orientation and sensitivity in a student, 51 units of core/management subjects to sharpen the student’s business perspectives, 18 units of technical-agricultural courses, and 6 units of electives to allow the potential agribusinessman to appreciate the unique characteristics of agricultural processes as they affect business. Initially, the program was a joint undertaking with the College of Business Administration in U. P. Diliman, but it can now be completed in the College of Economics and Management. Bachelor of Science in Agricultural Economics This program was designed to meet the substantial demand for professional agricultural economists in the country. The program aims to provide a student with the basic knowledge of various agricultural sciences to enable him to acquire insights into the technological aspects of agriculture. Also, it aims to provide him with the basic tools of economic analysis which he will use in identifying and solving economic problems of production and organization while working towards the goal of agricultural transformation. The curriculum also provides the student with adequate background in the social sciences to enable him to appreciate the socio-economic framework of the economy. Students can choose from among four areas of specialization in the curriculum: Farm Management and Production Economics; Agricultural Marketing and Prices and Agricultural Finance and Cooperatives. Bachelor of Science in Economics The Bachelor of Science in Economics Program was instituted in 1986. The program was born out of the necessity of constructing alternative development strategies for overcoming the economic crisis which has beset the country during the period. These strategies required the consideration of prevailing economic concerns which included, among others, the heavy debt burden, poverty, unemployment and underemployment, unproductive and inefficient industries, as well as malnutrition. Furthermore, there was a need to better understand natural resource exploitation and its link to the country’s development. The BS Economics Program aims to produce graduates who possess: 1) the necessary skills in quantitative and policy analyses for teaching and research in economics; 2) the ability to analyze, synthesize and evaluate economic concepts, issues and data relevant to policy decision-making in the public or private sectors; and 3) a deep appreciation of the economic issues and problems besetting the country, as well as an objective and critical attitude towards the arguments and policies meant to address them. The BS Economics Program has two fields of specialization: Development Economics and Natural Resource Economics. DIPLOMA PROGRAM The College of Economics and Management is offering a diploma program, namely: Diploma in Agribusiness Management. The post-graduate curriculum consists of 34 units of course work to be taken in 36 weeks (10 months) and follow a trimestral program that starts in June and ends in March the following year. The curriculum could be completed in one summer and two semesters (residential mode) and four semesters and one summer (distance education mode).

3. Official transcript of records. managers and development planners of institutions engaged in agricultural ventures. The program aims to heighten understanding of the technical and management peculiarities in analyzing. . Bachelor’s degree or its equivalent. Certificate of work experience in agriculture or related activities for at least three (3) years from the personnel manager or head of the company. 4.00 in all courses qualifies a student to receive his diploma.86 College of Economics and Management Diploma in Agribusiness Management The Diploma in Agribusiness Management is a postgraduate course for entrepreneurs. Thesis is not required. New students are admitted every first semester of each year. A failing grade in any course disqualifies a student from being conferred the degree. Registration and Fees Students admitted to the Diploma program should register at the Office of the University Registrar. 5. and Letters of recommendation from two former professors or supervisors. Deadline for Application Application should be filed not later than January 31 of each year. Duly accomplished application forms and bio-data. Graduation Requirements A minimum grade of 3. at the beginning of the school year for the residential mode or with the UP Open University for the distance education mode. Admission Requirements 1. 2. planning and operating on-going or would-be established agriculture-based projects and organized entities.

Concepts and Dynamics of Management MATH 26. (AH) G.. (MST) G.College of Economics and Management 87 BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN AGRIBUSINESS MANAGEMENT * First Semester Units Second Semester FIRST YEAR BOT 1. (MST) MGT 113.146 * All male and female students are required to undergo the National Service Training Program (NSTP.. Fundamentals of Agricultural Eng’g. Quantitative Business Analysis MGT 131. 6 units) for one year as a requirement for graduation.E.... Introduction to Agribusiness Management AENG 2. 100.. Principles of Soil Science PE 2 or 3.E. The Life and Works of Jose Rizal G. (SSP) G. Principles of Accounting PHYS 3. Special Problems in Agribusiness MGT 181.E.E. Introduction to Plant Science G. (AH) G.E. II MGT 115.. Introduction to Marketing Management 3 3 3 3 3 3 18 ABM 103. General Zoology PE 1. (MST) MGT 141.. College Algebra ZOO 1. (AH) MGT 101. Intro. Intermediate Macroeconomic Theory G.E.E. (SSP) MATH 11. (SSP) 3 3 6 FOURTH YEAR ABM 180..E..I. Introduction to Financial Management MGT 121. Plane Trigonometry PE 2 or 3..... Introduction to Livestock & Poultry Production CRSC 1. (AH) ECON 11. (SSP) G. Fundamentals of Chemistry G... to Human Relations and Behavior in Organizations MGT 161. (MST) G. General Economics MATH 14. (SSP) G. Fundamentals of Crop Science I G. Organization of Small Business ABM 190.. Production Management 3 3 3 3 3 3 18 ABM 171.. Basic or Advanced Course 3 3 3 3 3 3 (2) 18 CRSC 2.E.E.. Managerial Accounting MGT 151. Elementary Statistics PE 2 or 3. Analytical Geometry & Calculus I SOIL 1. (AH) MGT 111.. Fundamentals of Crop Science II G.E...E. Introduction to Animal Science CHEM 15. Business Law 3 3 3 3 3 3 18 Summer P. Intermediate Microeconomic Theory G..E. Business Policy Elective Elective 3 3 3 3 3 15 TOTAL NUMBER OF UNITS . ..E. Foundations of Physical Fitness 3 3 3 3 3 3 (2) 18 ANSC 1.. Agribusiness Research Methodologies ECO 101. General Physics I STAT 1.. Basic or Advanced Course 3 5 3 3 3 (2) 17 Units SECOND YEAR ANSC 2. Basic or Advanced Course 3 3 3 3 3 3 (2) 18 THIRD YEAR ECON 102...

. General Economics G.E.. Undergraduate Seminar AECO 200.E.. Economics of Agricultural Development AECO 160. Foundations of Physical Fitness 1 3 3 3 3 3 3 (2) 19 CHEM 15. College Algebra ZOO 1.. Fundamentals of Crop Science 1 ECON 11.I.E.. Intro. of Agricultural Engineering II Specialized Course Specialized Course 3 3 3 2 3 3 3 20 FOURTH YEAR AECO 151.. Econ....E.. . Agricultural Marketing I ANSC 2.. 100. Undergraduate Thesis AENG 2. (SSP) G..E. Undergraduate Thesis G. Introduction to Livestock and Poultry Production ECO N102.E.. Intro.E. to Feasibility Studies in Agric. Plane Trigonometry PE 2 or 3.. (AH) SOIL 1. (AH) MATH 14.E. Elementary Statistics PE 2 or 3. The Life and Works of Jose Rizal 1 2 3 3 3 3 3 18 TOTAL NUMBER OF UNITS . (MST) P. Farm Management AECO 120. General Physics I STAT 1.E. Basic or Advanced Course 3 3 3 3 3 3 (2) 18 AECO 111. (SSP) G. Fundamentals of Chemistry CRSC 1. Undergraduate Seminar AECO 200. (SSP) MATH 11. (MST) Specialized Course Specialized Course 3 1 2 3 3 3 3 18 AECO 199b. (AH) Elective 3 3 3 3 3 3 18 AECO 123.146 * All students are required to undergo the National Service Training Program (NSTP. Undergraduate Thesis G. (MST) G.. IntermediateMicroeconomicTheory G. Fund.. 6 units) for one year as a requirement for graduation.. Introduction to Animal Science CRSC 2.. Agricultural Policy AECO 199a. Basic or Advanced Course 3 3 3 3 3 3 (2) 18 THIRD YEAR AECO 103.E. AECO 200.E. Elements of Mathematical Economics ENG 10. Basic or Advanced Course 5 3 3 3 3 (2) 17 Units SECOND YEAR ANSC 1. Writing of Scientific Papers G.E.. to Research Methods in Ag. General Zoology PE 1. Fundamentals of Crop Science II ECON 101....88 College of Economics and Management BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS * First Semester Units Second Semester FIRST YEAR AECO 10. Data AECO 141. (AH) G. Statistical Analysis of Ag.. (SSP) G. (SSP) G. Intermediate Macroeconomic Theory MATH 26. Agricultural and International Trade AECO 150.E. or ECON 130. Introduction to Plant Science G. Econ.. Introduction to Agricultural Economics BOT 1. (AH) G. Analytical Geometry & Calculus I PHYS 3. Principles of Soil Science PE 2 or 3...

Philippine Art and Society Elective Specialization Course (3) Specialization Course (4) 1 3 3 3 3 3 3 19 ECON 110...E... Elements of Mathematical Economics ECO N137.. General Economics ENG 2. Concepts and Dynamics of Management PE 2 or 3.... Algebra and Trigonometry PE 1. Government Finance G.E. Undergraduate Seminar ECON 200. (MST) FIL 20.E.. (SSP) MATH 17.E..E.E... (AH) G. Introduction to Growth Theory and Open Economy Macroeconomics ECON 130. (SSP) STAT 1. (SSP) G. Foundations of Physical Fitness 3 3 3 3 5 (2) 17 ECON 11...College of Economics and Management 89 BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS * First Semester Units Second Semester FIRST YEAR G.144 * All students are required to undergo the National Service Training Program (NSTP. Basic or Advanced Course 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 (2) 21 THIRD YEAR ECON 103. Elementary Statistics Language Elective PE 2 or 3. (AH) G.. (SSP) G. (AH) G. Writing of Scientific Papers PI 100... College Writing in English G. 6 units) for one year as a requirement for graduation. Intro.. Principles of Accounting Specialization Course (2) 3 3 3 3 3 3 18 3 3 3 3 3 3 18 FOURTH YEAR ECON 199a. (MST) MATH 36. Introduction to Quantitative Economics ENG 10.. Undergraduate Thesis G. General Principles of Sociology PE 2 or 3. Mathematical Analysis I SOC 10.E. Intermediate MicroeconomicTheory G.E.. IntermediateMacroeconomicTheory ECO N104. Basic or Advanced Course 3 3 3 5 3 (2) 17 Units SECOND YEAR ECON 102.E.E. History of Economic Doctrines ECON 185.E.. . Undergraduate Thesis Elective Specialization Course (5) 3 3 1 3 3 3 16 TOTAL NUMBER OF UNITS . Mga Piling Katha ng mga Manunulat na Pilipino or HUM 170. Basic or Advanced Course 3 3 3 3 3 3 (2) 18 ECO N101.E. (MST) MGT 111. (SSP) MGT 101. Money & Banking ECON 141. (MST) G. (AH) G. International Economics ECON 151. Equilibrium and Welfare Economics G.. Undergraduate Seminar ECON 200..E. (MST) G.. to Factor Market Analysis. Development Economics ECON 199b..E.. Gen. The Life and Works of Jose Rizal Specialization Course (1) ECON 121.

PR. ECO 11 and MGT 101. Application of principles of farm management on a commercial farm. 3 hrs (class). COI. MGT 121. Case studies of agribusiness firms and enterprises.2) MGT 151. MGT 113 and STAT 1. Quantitative Business Analysis (3) .2) MGT 161. PR. Analysis of marketing opportunities and problems in the various types of business endeavors with application to agribusiness enterprises. Basic research formats and methodologies employed in agribus ine s s . (1. (1) MGT 101. 3 hrs (class).2) AECO 103. 3 hrs (class).90 College of Economics and Management COURSES DEPARTMENT OF AGRIBUSINESS MANAGEMENT Agribusiness Management ABM 103. (1. 3 lab). Agricultural Production Economics (3) . PR.2) MGT 109. methods of dealing with personnel problems. (1.2) MGT 111. Introduction to the concepts and principles underlying individual and group behavior in organizations. MGT 115. 3 hrs (class). Principles of Farm Business Accounting (3) . framework. analysis of important activities. Managerial Economics (3). 3 lab). (1. 3 hrs (class). PR. MGT 115 and ABM 103. directing and control of the enterprise. Business Law (3). (1. PR. Basic concepts of the enterprise and entrepreneurship. MGT 101 or COI. PR. 1 hr (class). 7 hrs (1 class.2) MGT 113. Introduction to Agribusiness Management (3) . Concepts and principles of investments with emphasis on analytical techniques. ECO 102 or COI. PR. developing and maintaining personnel. Special Problems in Agribusiness (3) .2) DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS Agricultural Economics AECO 10. 3 hrs (cla s s ). Principles and processes of selecting. 3 hrs (class).2) MGT 117. PR. PR. Principles of accounting with emphasis on farm business application. Use and analysis of accounting and financial data for purposes of management’s planning. 3 hrs (class). Introduction to the field of business finance.2) ABM 171. (1. Introductory course in accounting as a tool and basis for business decisions. Introduction to Marketing Management (3) . PR. 5 hrs (2 class. Managerial Accounting (3) . 3 lab). (1. 3 hrs (class). Overview of the various fields of agricultural economics as a discipline. (1. Organization of Small Business (3) . ECO 11. 3 hrs (class). Fundamental concepts in resource allocation and their application to agricultural production. 5 hrs (2 class. Personnel Management (3) . MGT 115 and ABM 103. market planning and strategy formulation. Statistical methods in the analysis of agricultural economic data. MGT 101.2) AECO 104. 6 lab). Business Policy (3) . PR. (1. (1. COI. PR. analysis of actual management problems and situations.2) MGT 133. (1. Application of economic tools of analysis to the management of business enterprises. Concepts and strategies in establishing and managing small business enterprises. Basic concepts of governmental promotion and regulation of business through law and how they affect business decisions. Introduction to Agricultural Economics (1) . Concepts and Dynamics of Management (3) . with focus on principles and techniques for financial planning and decisionmaking. MGT 101 and MGT 111. PR.2) MGT 131. Principles of Accounting (3) . 5 hrs (2 class. Principles and techniques of managing organizations. 3 lab). PR. ECO 11. Farm Management (3) . (2) AECO 110. (1. (1. (1. Emphasis is on cost analysis and control. Principles and analytical tools in the organization of the farm. PR. Introduction to the production/operations management function with emphasis on planning and assembling/controlling of resources in a production or service enterprise. 3 hrs (class). Agribusiness Research Methodologies (3). structures. Production Management (3) . 3 hrs (class). (2) MGT 121.2) ABM 180. (1. Introduction to the Enterprise and Entrepreneurship (3).2) MGT 155. PR. International Marketing (3). MGT 101 or COI and STAT 1. MGT 101 or COI. MGT 151.2) MGT 115. P R . problems and decisions involved in the organization and operation of an enterprise. ECO 11 and STAT 1. (1.2) AECO 112. Investment Management (3) . 3 hrs (class). Statistical Analysis of Agricultural Economic Data (3) . PR. ABM 103 a nd s e nior s ta nd ing . PR. (1. processes and strategic management in international markets. MGT 101 and MGT 111. AECO 111 or COI. (1. (2) . 3 hrs (class). Business strategy formulation and implementation from a general management’s point of view with emphasis on environmental and corporate competence analysis and organizational moves and changes. MGT 115 and MGT 151. (1) AECO 111. 3 hrs (class). 5 hrs (2 class. (2) MGT 141. Farm Management Practice (3) . PR. PR. PR. PR. STAT 1 or COI. 3 lab). COI.2) ABM 190. (1. PR. 3 hrs (class).2) MGT 181. 5 hrs (2 class. Introduction to patterns. Introduction to Human Relations and Behavior in Organizations (3) . Introduction to Financial Management (3) .2) Management MGT 1. Fundamentals of managing agribusiness ventures. implementation and control. Application of mathematical tools and principles in business analysis. 3 hrs (class). policies and practices regarding personal and institutional investments.

National farm organizations. 3 hrs (class).2) ECON 102. Money and Banking (3) . development and mechanism of agricultural financing in the Philippines. Introduction to economic analysis with special application to the Philippines. Land Economics (3) . (1. 3 hrs (class). 3 hrs (2 class. (2) ECON 151. PR.College of Economics and Management 91 AECO 120. (2) AECO 122.2) AECO 151. 3 hrs (class). Cooperatives (3) .2) ECON 103. fiscal and monetary policy in the open economy setting. 3 hrs (class). firm and industry and allocation of resources.S ) Undergraduate Thesis (6) . economic analysis of different aspects of agricultural policies and programs. (1. ECO 101 and ECO 102 or COI. 3 hrs (class). PR. ECON 104. ECON 101 and ECON 102. 1 recit). (2) ECON 130. Economics of Agricultural Development (3) . Social issues from the market and non-market perspectives. Introduction to Feasibility Studies in Agriculture (3). Consumption Economics (3) .2) AECO 150. (2) ECON 171. Government revenue. 3 hrs (class).2) AECO 190. ECON 102. (1.2) ECON 101. 5 hrs (2 class. (2) AECO 123. 3 lab). PR. 1 recit). welfare comparisons. 3 hrs (class). ECO 11. ECO 11 or COI. ECON 101 and MATH 36. (1. (1 . (1. PR. ECON 11 or COI. May be taken twice provided that total number of units to be credited to the student’s program will not exceed 4 units.2) AECO 141. By arrangement. economic. and ECON 11. (1) AECO 140.2) ECON 104. PR. Economics in Social Issues (3). Introduction to international trade theory and policy. conduct and performance for specific agricultural commodities.2) AECO 121. general equilibrium and Pareto optimality. History of Economic Doctrines (3) . ECON 101 and ECON 104. 3 hrs (class). History. (1. Government Finance (3) . Market research and development. (1. The economic relationship between consumption and production as it affects the consumption behavior of individuals and households. 3 hrs (class). By arrangement. study of the physical. 3 hrs (class). Structural organization and operation of cooperatives. Elements of Mathematical Economics (3) . Methods and techniques in conducting agricultural economics research with emphasis on current agricultural problems. ECON 101 and ECON 102 or COI. 3 lab). May be taken twice for a maximum of 2 units. PR. 3 hrs (class).2) DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMICS Economics ECON 10. Analysis of macroeconomic principles relating to aggregate income and employment. open economy macroeconomics models. international trade policies related to agricultural 3 hrs (2 class. PR. Review and discussion of current developments in economics and agricultural economic fields. AECO 120 or COI. PR. General Economics (3) . or COI.2) ECON 141. PR. Theory and problems concerning money. (1) ECON 110. (1. Introduction to Factor Market Analysis. (1. Economic principles as applied to the management of land and land-based resources.2) ECON 11. types and functions of market organizations for agricultural inputs and products. (1) ECON 121. 1 recit). ECO 102 and AECO 103. 3 hrs (class).2 .2 . Agricultural Policy (3) . 5 hrs (2 lect. . (1. MATH 26 or MATH 36. ECO 101 and ECO 102 or COI. Preparation of feasibility studies involving agricultural projects. Agricultural Finance (3) . 5 hrs (2 class. General Equilibrium and Welfare Economics (3) . PR.2) AECO 160. 5 hrs (2 class. By arrangement. (1 . Analysis of the role of agriculture in economic development. PR. PR. PR. (2) ECON 115. 3 lab).2) AECO 199.2) ECON 106. products and money markets. 3 lab). (1. Introduction to Econometrics (3). economic role of natural resources in growth and development. (1. balance of payments and payments adjustment. factor movement. 3 hrs (class). Analysis of microeconomic principles relating to behavior of the consumer. national and development. Agricultural Marketing I (3) . ECO 11. ECO 11. (2) AECO 136. (1. Principles of agricultural marketing. credit and financial institutions. Introduction to Growth Theory and Open Economy Macroeconomics (3). Analysis of the factors affecting the prices of agricultural products. PR. PR. ECON 101 and ECON 102. (1) AECO 130. ECO 101 and ECO 102 Trade (3) . Introduction to Research Methods in Agricultural Economics (3) . Philippine Economic History (3) . ECON 101. (1. Factor pricing and employment in perfect and imperfect competitions. (1. Basic principles in the allocation of natural resources.2) ECON 137. Economic change in the Philippines with emphasis on conditions since 1900. or COI. PR. 3 hrs (2 class.S ) AECO 200a. institutional and other relevant factors that affect condition and control the use of these resources. theory of second best. 3 hrs (class). ECO 11. Special Problems (1-3) . Agricultural and International Patterns of world trade in agricultural products. PR. Agricultural Marketing II (3) . 1 hr. PR. Survey of the development of economic analysis and doctrines. Agricultural Price Analysis (3) . 5 hrs (2 class. structure. (1. organization and operation of financing institutions serving agriculture. PR. Intermediate Macroeconomic Theory (3) . International Economics (3) . Theories of growth and accumulation. Undergraduate Seminar (1). PR. farm appraisal and evaluation. PR. Introduction to Natural Resource Economics (3) . expenditures and debt. Senior standing. Intermediate Microeconomic Theory (3) . Representation of economic phenomena in terms of elementary mathematical and statistical models. PR. Major Farm Practice (6) . (1. 3 lab). 3 hrs (class). PR. ECON 102 and STAT 1. 3 hrs (class). 3 hrs (class). PR.2) AECO 200. ECON 102 or COI. ECON 101 and ECON 102. 3 hrs (class). Mathematical approaches to elementary economic theory. AECO 103 or COI.

Economic Analysis of Pollution Control Policies (3). Enterprise Formation and Project Management (6) .2) ECON 191.2) ECON 200. 1 hr (class). ABM A. PR.2) ECON 199. PR. 3 hrs (class). Fundamentals of project analysis and their application with emphasis on natural resources and environmental management projects. DIPLOMA IN AGRIBUSINESS MANAGEMENT Agribusiness Management ABM A. (2) ECON 175. (1) ECON 181. Survey and analysis of the theory. Nature. PR. ECON 102 and junior standing. (1. PR. (1. ABM D. Analysis of different policies and control instruments of air. 15 hrs (6 class. 9 lab) for 12 wks. ECON 101 and ECON 104. Industry analysis and commodity system studies. diversification and intergration of farm enterprises. 9 lab) for 12 wks. (1. Management principles.92 College of Economics and Management ECON 172. . Benefit Cost Analysis (3) . Research Methods in Agribusiness (10) . 15 hrs (6 class. evaluation and analysis of agribusiness environments. Problem-solving and decision-making tools and approaches peculiar to the major commodity groups. ABM B. land and water pollution and waste disposal and the link between internal trade and environment. PR. with emphasis on the Asian experience. May be taken twice provided that total number of units to be credited to the student’s program will not exceed 4 units. May be taken twice provided that total number of units to be credited to the student’s program will not exceed 4 units. PR. ECON 101 and ECON 104. 3 hrs (class) PR. COI. Development Economics (3) . 15 hrs (6 class. Theories and problems of growth and developmental survey of the experience in low-income and high-income countries. methods and problems in labor and population economics. general structure and issues in agribusiness commodity systems. Special Topics (1-3) . Management approaches for operations of processing plants and service entities in agribusiness. Senior standing. Agribusiness Commodity Systems (6) . Management Systems for Farm Enterprises (6) . 15 hrs (6 class. (2) ECON 185. ABM C. Undergraduate Thesis (6) . 3 hrs (class). 30 hrs (6 class. Undergraduate Seminar (1) . PR. ABM E. methods and applications in establishing enterprises and implementing projects. assessment of government labor and population policies. concepts. (2) ECON 190. 9 lab) for 12 wks. ECON 104 or COI. May be taken twice for a maximum of 2 units. PR. 3 hrs (class). Management Systems for Processing Plants and Service Entities (6) . COI. Special Problems (1-3) . 24 lab) for 12 wks. COI. Human Resource Economics (3) . 9 lab) for 12 wks.