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    K-State Undergraduate Catalog 2000-2002
     

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    Agricultural Economics

    Daniel Bernardo,* Head
    Barry L. Flinchbaugh,* Extension State Leader
    Arlo Biere,* Undergraduate Program Coordinator
    Allen Featherstone,* Graduate Program Coordinator

    Professors Barkley,* Barnaby,* Barton,* Bernardo,* Biere,* Burton,* Darling,* Featherstone,* Flinchbaugh,* Grunewald,* Johnson,* Mintert,* Norman,* Schroeder,* Schurle,* Tierney, and Williams;* Associate Professors Dhuyvetter,* M. Langemeier,* McEowen,* Stiegert,* and Warmann; Assistant Professors Arata, Boland,* Crespi, Fox,* Garrett,* Ianchovichina,* Jones,* Kastens,* Leatherman,* Marsh,* O'Brien,* H. Peterson, J. Peterson, and Zhang;* Senior Agricultural Economists Borsdorf and Kiser; Associate Agricultural Economists Neils; Administrator Farm Management DeLano; Emeriti: Professors Buller,* Dunbar, Erickesn,* Figurski, Hess,* Kelley,* Knight,* Koudele,* L. Langemeier, * Manuel,* Maxon, McCoy,* Orazem,* Parker, Phillips,* Schlender, Schruben,* Sjo,* Sobering, Sorenson,* Thomas, and Walker.

    E-mail: mquick@agecon.ksu.edu
    www.agecon.ksu.edu

    Agribusiness
    Bachelor of science in agribusiness
    127 semester hours

    Agribusiness is the study of the business and economics of agribusiness firms. Aspects unique to agribusiness are the risks and uncertainties of agricultural production, the heavy reliance on natural resources, the uniqueness of the institutions that govern food and agriculture, the competitive structures within the agribusiness sector, the technology of commercial agriculture and food processing, and the global dimensions of food and agriculture.

    The agribusiness curriculum emphasizes agribusiness courses in agricultural economics and foundation courses in business administration.

    Students must complete the university general education requirements specified by the College of Agriculture. See the College of Agriculture General Requirements section.

    Suggested schedule for first two years

    First semester
    ENGL 100Expository Writing I 3
    MATH 100College Algebra 3
    AGEC 105Agricultural Economics and
    Agribusiness Orientation 1
    (open and required for incoming freshmen only)
    Agricultural or food science elective* 3-4
    SOCIO 211Introduction to Sociology 3
    14
     
    Second semester
    AGEC 120Agricultural Economics and
    Agribusiness 3
    MATH 205Calculus and Linear Algebra 3
    SPCH 105Public Speaking IA 2
    PYSCH 110General Psychology 3
    Natural science elective*** 4
    15
     
    Third semester
    University General Education courseECON 110Principles of Macroeconomics 3
    ENGL200Expository Writing II 3
    Humanities elective** 3
    Natural science elective*** 4
    Social science (select from: psychology, sociology,   political science, anthropology, history, geography,   women's studies, or American ethnic studies 3
    16
     
    Fourth semester
    AGEC 318Food and Agribusiness Management 3
    University General Education courseACCTG 231Accounting for Business Operations 3
    Ag or food science elective* 3-4
    Humanities electives** 3
    Communication 3
    Three hours in English (above 200), Speech (above 200) or a modern language.
    15-16
     
    *Select from the agricultural and food science electives list.

    **Select from history, music, art, English (above 210), philosophy, theatre, dance, or modern language.

    ***Select from General Chemistry and Lab, Principles of Biology, or General Physics I.

    Agricultural and food science electives
    AGRON 220Crop Science
    or
    HORT 201Introductory Horticultural Science 4
    AGRON 305Soils 4
    AGRON 330Weed Management 3
    ASI 102Principles of Animal Science 3
    ASI 105Animal Science and Industry 1
    ASI 106Dairy/Poultry Science 1
    ASI 300Principles of Livestock Feeding 3
    ATM 160Agricultural Systems and Technology 3
    ENTOM 300Economic Entomology 3
    PLPTH 500Principles of Plant Pathology 3
    FOR 285Introduction to Forestry 3
    HORT 520Fruit Production 3
    HORT 560Vegetable Crop Production 3
    AGRON 340Grain Grading 2
    ASI 350Meat Science 3
    ASI 361Conversion of Farm Animals to Carcasses 2
    ASI 302Introduction to Food Science 3
    ASI 305Fundamentals of Food Processing 3
    GRSC 100Principles of Milling 3
    FN 132Basic Nutrition 3
    FN 301Food Trends, Legislation,
    and Regulation 3
     
    Additional requirements for B.S. in agribusiness
    University General Education courseACCTG 241Accounting for Investing and
    Financing 3
    AGEC 490Computer Applications 2
    AGEC 500Production Economics 3
    AGEC 505Agricultural Market Structures 3
    AGEC 515Food and Agribusiness Marketing 3
    AGEC 599Food and Agribusiness Management Strategies 3
     
    Agricultural economics electives 15
    AGEC 410Agricultural Policy
    AGEC 415The Global Agricultural Economy, Hunger, and Poverty
    AGEC 416Agricultural Law and Economics
    AGEC 420Commodity Futures
    AGEC 513Agricultural Finance
    AGEC 520Market Fundamentals and Futures
    AGEC 525Natural Resource and Environmental
    Economics
    AGEC 590Agricultural Economics and Agribusiness
    Honors Problems
    (open to honor students only)
    AGEC 598Farm Management Strategies
    AGEC 605Price Analysis and Forecasting
    AGEC 610Current Agricultural and Natural Resource
    Policy Issues
    AGEC 623International Agricultural Trade
    AGEC 632Agribusiness Logistics
    AGEC 680Risk Management
    AGEC 712Linear Programming Application
    ECON 631Principles of Transportation
     
    Business (9 credits required)
    MANGT 420Management Concepts 3
    MANGT, MKTG, FINAN, or ACCTG 3
    500 level or above from MANGT, MKTG, FINAN,   or ACCTG 3
     
    Business elective 3
    ECON 510Intermediate Macroeconomics 3
    Agricultural and food science electives 3-6
    Statistics 3-6
    Free electives 12-15
    Total including first two years 127
     
    Either AGEC 513 or FINAN 450 must be included in the program of study.
     
    University General Education courseDenotes university general education courses.
     
    Agricultural economics
    Bachelor of science in agriculture 127 semester hours

    Agricultural economics is the study of the economic factors affecting agricultural production, food consumption, commodity marketing, farm management, natural resource use and management, agricultural finance and agricultural trade.

    Students must complete university general education requirements as specified by the College of Agriculture. See College of Agriculture General Requirements section.

    Farm management option
    This option includes coursework in livestock and crop production, in agricultural technology and management, and in agricultural economics applied to the management of the farm, ranch, or commercial feedlot.

    The suggested schedule for the first two years is the same as that for the agribusiness degree except that ASI 102 and a laboratory and AGRON 220 are the required agricultural science courses, and AGEC 308 Farm and Ranch Management replaces AGEC 318 Food and Agribusiness Management. The additional requirements are below.

    AGEC 490Computer Applications 2
    AGEC 500Production Economics 3
    AGEC 505Agricultural Market Structures 3
    AGEC 513Agricultural Finance 3
    AGEC 598Farm Management Strategies 3
     
    Agricultural economics electives (including at least
    one numbered 600 or above) 15
    AGEC 410Agricultural Policy
    AGEC 415The Global Agricultural Economy, Hunger, and Poverty
    AGEC 416Agricultural Law and Economics
    AGEC 420Commodity Futures
    AGEC 515Food and Agribusiness Marketing
    AGEC 520Market Fundamentals and Futures/Options Trading
    AGEC 525Natural Resource and Environmental
    Economics
    AGEC 590Agricultural Economics and Agribusiness
    Honors Problems
    (open to honor students only)
    AGEC 599Food and Agribusiness Management Strategies
    AGEC 605Price Analysis and Forecasting
    AGEC 610Current Agricultural and Natural Resource
    Policy Issues
    AGEC 623International Agricultural Trade
    AGEC 632Agribusiness Logistics
    AGEC 680Risk Management
    AGEC 712Linear Programming Application
    ECON 631Principles of Transportation
     
    University General Education courseACCTG 241Accounting for Investing and Finance 3
    AGRON 305Soils 4
    ECON 510Intermediate Macroeconomics 3
    Statistics 3-6
    Advanced agricultural science electives (approved list available from department) 9
    Electives 9-12
    Total including first two years 127
     
    Specialty option

    This option allows students to combine agricultural economics with a specialty of 15 hours in another department or field.

    Requirements for the first two years are the same as for the agribusiness degree. Additional requirements are below.

    AGEC 490Computer Applications 2
    AGEC 500Production Economics 3
    AGEC 505Agricultural Market Structures 3
    University General Education courseACCTG 241Accounting for Investing and Finance 3
    ECON 510Intermediate Macroeconomics 3
    Statistics 3-6
    Agricultural economics electives (including at least two
    numbered 598 or above) 21
    AGEC 308Farm and Ranch Management
    AGEC 318Food and Agribusiness Management
    AGEC 410Agricultural Policy
    AGEC 415The Global Agricultural Economy, Hunger, and Poverty
    AGEC 416Agricultural Law and Economics
    AGEC 420Commodity Futures
    AGEC 513Agricultural Finance
    AGEC 515Food and Agribusiness Marketing
    AGEC 520Market Fundamentals and Futures/Options Trading
    AGEC 525Natural Resource and Environmental
    Economics
    AGEC 590Agricultural Economics and Agribusiness
    Honors Problems
    (open to honor students only)
    AGEC 598Farm Management Strategies
    AGEC 599Food and Agribusiness Management Strategies
    AGEC 605Price Analysis and Forecasting
    AGEC 610Current Agricultural and Natural
    Resource Policy Issues
    AGEC 631Principles of Transportation
    AGEC 632Agribusiness Logistics
    AGEC 680Risk Management
    AGEC 712Linear Programming Application
    ECON 623International Agricultural Trade
    Specialization in a second department or field,
    at least 6 credit hours at 500 level or higher 15
    Electives 14-17
    Total including first two years 127
     
    Quantitative option
    This option requires additional mathematics, statistics, and computer science to prepare the student for advanced studies in agricultural economics.

    Requirements for the first two years are the same as for the agribusiness degree except MATH 220, 221, and 222 are required instead of MATH 205. Additional requirements are below.

    AGEC 490Computer Applications 2
    AGEC 500Production Economics 3
    AGEC 505Agricultural Market Structures 3
    University General Education courseACCTG 241Accounting for Investing and Finance 3
    CIS 200Fundamentals of Computer
    Programming 3
    CIS 203Fundamentals of Computer Programming Laboratory 1
    University General Education courseSTAT 350Business and Economic Statistics I
    or
    STAT 510Introductory Probability and Statistics I 3
    STAT 351Business and Economic Statistics II 3
    or
    STAT 511Introductory Probability and Statistics II 3
    MATH 551Applied Matrix Theory 3
    ECON 510Intermediate Macroeconomics 3
     
    Agricultural economics electives (including at least
    two numbered 598 or above) 15
    AGEC 308Farm and Ranch Management
    AGEC 318Food and Agribusiness Management
    AGEC 410Agricultural Policy
    AGEC 415The Global Agricultural Economy, Hunger, and Poverty
    AGEC 416Agricultural Law and Economics
    AGEC 420Commodity Futures
    AGEC 513Agricultural Finance
    AGEC 515Food and Agribusiness Marketing
    AGEC 520Market Fundamentals and Futures/Options Trading
    AGEC 525Natural Resource and Environmental
    Economics
    AGEC 590Agricultural Economics and Agribusiness
    Honors Problems
    (open to honor students only)
    AGEC 598Farm Management Strategies
    AGEC 599Food and Agribusiness Management Strategies
    AGEC 605Price Analysis and Forecasting
    AGEC 610Current Agricultural and Natural Resource
    Policy Issues
    AGEC 623International Agricultural Trade
    AGEC 632Agribusiness Logistics
    AGEC 680Risk Management
    AGEC 712Linear Programming Application
    ECON 631Principles of Transportation
     
    Quantitative electives (see department list)  9
    Electives 13
    Total including first two years 127
     
    University General Education courseDenotes university general education courses.
     
    Agribusiness minor
    Prerequisites (in addition to any prerequisites required for specific AGEC courses taken):
    MATH 205Calculus and Linear Algebra
    ECON 110Principles of Macroeconomics
    AGEC 120Agricultural Economics and Agribusiness
    or
    ECON 120Principles of Microeconomics
    ACCTG 231Accounting for Business Operations
     
    Required:
    AGEC 500Production Economics
    AGEC 505Agricultural Market Structures
    AGEC 318Food and Agribusiness Management
    AGEC 513Agricultural Finance
     
    At least 3 credit hours below:
    AGEC 420Commodity Futures Markets
    AGEC 515Food and Agribusiness Marketing
     
    Agricultural economics minor
    Prerequisites (in addition to any prerequisites required for specific AGEC courses taken):
    MATH 205Calculus and Linear Algebra
    ECON 110Principles of Macroeconomics
    AGEC 120Agricultural Economics and Agribusiness
    or
    ECON 120Principles of Microeconomics
     
    Required
    AGEC 500Production Economics
    AGEC 505Agricultural Market Structures
     
    And at least 9 credit hours from list below, (including at least three numbered 510 or higher)
    AGEC 308Farm and Ranch Management
    or
    AGEC 318Food and Agribusiness Management
    AGEC 410Agricultural Policy
    AGEC 415The Global Agricultural Economy, Hunger, and Poverty
    AGEC 416Agricultural Law and Economics
    AGEC 420Commodity Futures
    ECON 510Intermediate Macroeconomics
    AGEC 513Agricultural Finance
    AGEC 515Food and Agribusiness Marketing
    AGEC 598Farm Management Strategies
    AGEC 520Market Fundamentals and Futures/Options Trading
    AGEC 598Farm Management Strategies
    AGEC 599Food and Agribusiness Management Strategies
    AGEC 605Price Analysis and Forecasting
    AGEC 610Current Ag and Natural Resource Policy
    Issues
    AGEC 623International Ag Trade
    AGEC 632Agribusiness Logistics
    AGEC 680Risk Management
    ECON 615International Ag Development
    ECON 631Principles of Transportation
    Agricultural economics courses
    AGEC 105. Agricultural Economics and Agribusiness Orientation. (1) I. Introduction to agricultural economics and agribusiness programs, activities, resources, and careers. Required of all freshmen in agricultural economics or agribusiness at K-State.

    University General Education courseAGEC 120. Agricultural Economics and Agribusiness. (3) I, II. A course suggested for all students interested in the agricultural economy. A study of economic principles, with emphasis on their application to the solution of farm, agribusiness, and agricultural industry problems in relationship to other sectors of the United States economy and foreign countries. No prerequisite. Three hours lec. a week.

    AGEC 202. Small Business Operations. (3) I. Opportunities in business ownership, principles governing the starting of a small enterprise; importance, status, problems, and management of a small business. Pr.: ECON 110.

    AGEC 220. Grain and Livestock Marketing Systems. (3) II. Survey of the institutions and mechanisms that facilitate and regulate the sale and marketing of grain and livestock commodities. Topics include the physical and informational flows in the commodity supply chains, cash pricing, commodity grades to improve market efficiency and the governmental regulations and agencies influencing commodity trading. Pr.: AGEC 120. Not available for agricultural economics elective.

    AGEC 308. Farm and Ranch Management. (3) I. Decision-making process, cost concepts, farm records and financial management, budgeting, time value of money, and introduction to whole farm/ranch planning. Two hours rec. and two hours lab. a week. Pr.: AGEC 120 or ECON 120.

    University General Education courseAGEC 318. Food and Agribusiness Management. (3) I, II. A study of marketing, production, risk, human resource management, and financial management in agribusiness firms. Particular attention is given to the application of economic principles to the management of marketing and farm supply firms. Pr.: AGEC 120 or ECON 120.

    AGEC 410. Agricultural Policy. (3). I. Institutional and analytical treatment of historical and current economic problems, public policies and government programs affecting agriculture and rural America. Pr.: AGEC 120 or ECON 120 or ECON 110 and Junior Standing.

    AGEC 415. The Global Agricultural Economy, Hunger, and Poverty. (3). II. Describe and analyze the interdependencies between the world's food, populations, and equitability/poverty problems and then assess alternative solutions to these problems, in particular the role of technological and policy/institutional changes, in fostering sustainable development. Specific emphasis will be placed on relationships between wealthy and poor countries, particularly in terms of policies, trade, and aid. Examination of these problems and issues involves the use of basic economic principles. Pr.: ECON 110 and AGEC 120 or ECON 120.

    AGEC 416. Agricultural Law and Economics. (3) I, II. The legal framework for decision making by farm firms, families, and individuals; liabilities, real and personal property, contracts, uniform commercial code, organization of farm firms, intergeneration property transfers, water law, fence law, federal and state regulatory power, insurance, income tax, and social security. Three hours rec. a week. Pr.: ECON 110 and junior standing.

    University General Education courseAGEC 420. Commodity Futures. (3) I, II. This course is designed to introduce students to the purpose, operation, and use of commodity futures and options markets. The objectives are to: (1) understand why futures exchanges and commodity futures contracts exist; (2) understand and be able to forecast basis; (3) understand hedging and be able to design hedging strategies for various commodity producers and users; (4) understand both put and call options and their potential use in a commodity risk management program; and (5) understand the usefulness and shortcomings of fundamental and technical analysis. Pr.: AGEC 120.

    AGEC 441. Agricultural Economics and Agribusiness Seminar. (Var.) Seminars of special interest will be offered upon sufficient demand in selected areas relating to agricultural economics and agribusiness or competitive teams qualifying for academic credit.

    AGEC 445. Agribusiness Internship. (1-3) I, II, S. Approved and supervised work-study programs in various areas of agribusiness. Project reports required. Pr.: Junior standing and prior departmental approval.

    AGEC 450. Agricultural Economics and Agribusiness Problems. (Var) I, II, S. Pr.: Consent of the instructor.

    AGEC 490. Computer Applications in Agricultural Economics and Agribusiness. (2) I, II. Applications of microcomputers to problems in agricultural economics and agribusiness. Emphasis on budgeting, cash flow, record keeping, financial analysis, statistical analysis, linear programming, and data analysis. Two hours rec. a week. Pr.: AGEC 105, AGEC 120 or ECON 120, and MATH 100.

    AGEC 500. Production Economics. (3) I, II. Application of economic principles to problems of agricultural production. Analysis of consumer demand for agricultural products, and input and output decisions of the agricultural firm. AGEC 505 is a continuation of this course and they are intended to be taken in consecutive semesters. Pr.: AGEC 120 or ECON 120; and MATH 205.

    AGEC 505. Agricultural Market Structures. (3) I, II. Theory and application of economic principles to marketing problems in agriculture. Pricing of agricultural output and productive services under various forms of economic organization and competition; regional specialization, location, and trade; determinants of economic change; evaluation of economic and consumer welfare. Three hours rec. a week. Pr.: ECON 110 and AGEC 500.

    AGEC 513. Agricultural Finance. (3) I, II. Analysis of capital investments, interpretation of financial statements, capital structure considerations for agricultural firms, and farm real estate pricing. Three hours rec. a week. Pr.: AGEC 308 or AGEC 318 and ACCTG 231.

    AGEC 515. Food and Agribusiness Marketing. (3) I, II. A broad view of marketing; food markets and consumption; marketing functions and institutions; prices, competition, and marketing costs; functional and organizational issues; food marketing regulations; commodity marketing. Three hours rec. a week. Pr.: AGEC 120 or ECON 120.

    AGEC 520. Market Fundamentals and Futures/Options Trading. (3) I. This is an experiential course in the trading commodity futures and options. Attention is focused on the study of market price determination, the implications of market efficiency notions, and on actual trading of futures and options. Students invest in a commodity educational trading fund. Class approves recommendations by vote, orders are placed with a broker, and the class monitors open trades. The pool balance at the end of the semester is redistributed to the students. Three hours rec. a week. Pr.: AGEC 420.

    University General Education courseAGEC 525. Natural Resource and Environmental Economics. (3) I. Emphasis on the application of demand, supply, and price concepts in the study of natural resource use, policies, and management. Interdependence between environmental quality and economic actions are examined through discussion of property rights, economic incentives, externalities and economic components of environmental policies. Pr.: ECON 120 or AGEC 120 and junior standing.

    AGEC 541. Agricultural Economics and Agribusiness Seminar. (Var). Seminars of special interest will be offered upon sufficient demand in selected areas relating to agricultural economics and agribusiness.

    AGEC 590. Agricultural Economics and Agribusiness Honors Problems. (2) I, II, S. Problems course for College of Agriculture honors projects. Pr.: College of Agriculture honors program participant and consent of honors project advisor.

    AGEC 598. Farm Management Strategies. (3) I. A study of management concepts, tools, and decision strategies applied to farm firms. Alternative measures of farm business performance, as well as planning and evaluation techniques for an uncertain environment, are examined. Pr.: AGEC 120, AGEC 308, AGEC 500 and AGEC 513.

    AGEC 599. Food and Agribusiness Management Strategies. (3) II. This course integrates the risk, production, marketing, and financial management strategies of agribusiness firms. Special attention is given to the application of economic theory and quantitative analysis to business decision-making processes. In addition to case studies, a variety of analytical techniques will focus on both markets and firms involved in the production and marketing of food commodities. Three hours lec. a week. Pr.: AGEC 318, AGEC 500, AGEC 513 or FINAN 450, AGEC 515.

    AGEC 605. Price Analysis and Forecasting. (3) II. The analysis of selected agricultural prices; application of regression analysis to price analysis, the role of futures markets and market efficiency, optimal hedging strategies, commodity option pricing, and price forecasting. Three hours rec. a week. Pr.: STAT 330 or 351; AGEC 490, AGEC 505 or ECON 520.

    University General Education courseAGEC 610. Current Agricultural and Natural Resource Policy Issues. (3) II. Current issues in agricultural and natural resource policy from divergent perspectives. Classroom discussion, debate, writing assignments, and student presentations. Current events are analyzed and synthesized from both economic and noneconomic perspectives. Topics may include environmental issues, international agricultural development, the politics of farm programs, and the relationship between technology, agriculture, and society. Pr.: AGEC 505 and either AGEC 525 or AGEC 410.

    AGEC 623. International Agricultural Trade. (3) II. Applied economics of agricultural trade. Emphasis on why trade occurs, current agricultural trade patterns, the effects of agricultural policy on trade and the institutions of trade. Pr.: AGEC 505.

    AGEC 632. Agribusiness Logistics. (3) I. Planning for efficient use of transportation, storage and processing facilities in the handling of raw materials and products for agribusiness firms, controlling shipments and inventory in coordination with warehouse and handling operations, and scientific selection of routes, schedules, and equipment. Pr.: ECON 110 and junior standing.

    AGEC 641. Agricultural Economics and Agribusiness Seminar. (Var.) Seminars of special interest will be offered upon sufficient demand in selected areas relating to agricultural economics and agribusiness. Pr.: Junior standing and consent of the instructor.

    AGEC 680. Risk Management. (3) II. An introduction to the use of futures, options, derivatives, and other financial instruments as tools for risk management. Topics would include arbitrage, asset pricing, cash flow analysis, efficient markets, insurance, leverage, portfolio analysis, risk, and valuation. Tools of risk management will be applied to case and real time agricultural commodity examples. Pr.: AGEC 520 and AGEC 513.

    AGEC 712. Linear Programming Applications in Agricultural Economics. (3) II. Application of linear programming and related topics for decision analysis in agricultural firms. Pr.: AGEC 500.

    AGEC 740. Seminar in Agricultural Economics Analysis. (Var.) Seminar on methods of economic analysis will be offered upon sufficient demand. Pr.: Consent of instructor.

    AGEC 750. Agricultural Economics and Agribusiness Problems. (Var.) I, II, S. Pr.: Junior standing and consent of the instructor.

    Topics within Agriculture:
    dGeneral Requirements dAgricultural Technology Management dFood Science and Industry
    dUniversity General Education dAgronomy dGeneral Agriculture
    dProgram Choices dAnimal Sciences and Industry dGrain Science and Industry
    dAgricultural Economics dCommunications dHorticulture, Forestry, and Recreation Resources
    dAgricultural Education dEntomology dPlant Pathology
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