Administrative Science 212fs: American Business and Management (MCALEER, REICH)
A broad perspective on business and management provided through consideration of the historic, ethical, financial, organizational, and economic issues that managers face. Emphasis is placed on competitiveness. Based on text, readings, and lectures. Four credit hours. S.
Economics: 231f: Environmental and Natural Resource Economics (TIETENBERG)
An introductory survey course using economic analysis to explain the underlying behavioral causes of environmental and natural resource problems and to evaluate the policy responses to them. Topics include air and water pollution, toxic substances, the allocation of renewable and exhaustible resources, and sustainable development. Prerequisite: Economics 133. Three credit hours.
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