(College of Agricultural & Environmental Sciences)
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The Major Program
The Managerial Economics major at UC Davis is a disciplinary program combining strong preparation in microeconomic theory and quantitative methods. It prepares students for the analysis of management and policy issues in business, finance, marketing, production, agriculture, food distribution, natural resources, the environment, resource allocation, and international trade & development. Students in the Managerial Economics program develop valuable skills and strengths that lead to careers in business and government. Students specialize in one or more emphases selected from the following:
- Business Economics focuses on the economic aspects of managerial decision-making essential for solving problems in business, management, marketing, and finance.
- International Business Economics explores the economic drivers and policy challenges in the major emerging markets and focuses on how these markets are impacting the world economy.
- Environmental and Resource Economics concentrates on issues related to the use of resources and environmental quality.
- Agribusiness Economics focuses on the economic and policy aspects of production and marketing of foods and fibers.
Major Advisor. Contact Student Services at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Internships & Career Alternatives. Internships for students in Managerial Economics provide additional career experience, information, and preparation in a variety of business enterprises and governmental agencies. For more information, see http://icc.ucdavis.edu/. Managerial Economics majors have established careers in every area of business and industry, including marketing, analysis, consulting, financial services, accounting, entrepreneurship, real estate
Study Abroad. The Agricultural & Resource Economics department encourages students to complement their Managerial Economics degree with a study abroad experience. Students must seek pre-approval from a Managerial Economics staff advisor for major-related courses. A total of two upper-division courses (
Domestic Institutions. Upper division coursework taken at other four-year institutions for credit in the major must be reviewed by the Managerial Economics master advisor.
Graduate Study. Students who meet the admission requirements of Graduate Studies and the Department of Agricultural & Resource Economics may pursue studies leading to the M.S. and Ph.D. degrees. For information on admission to graduate study and degree requirements, consult the Graduate Program Coordinator in the Department of Agricultural & Resource Economics; also see http://agecon.ucdavis.edu.