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AGEC 4325. Recreation and Tourism Economics. 3 Credit Hours (Lecture: 3 Hours, Lab: 0 Hours).

Benefit-cost frameworks in public planning for outdoor recreation development, pricing problems, market demand assessment, and impacts of recreational development on regional economies. Prerequisites: ECON 2301, and either AGEC/AGRI 2317 or ECON 2302.

College of Liberal & Fine Arts


...Programs AGEC 4302 International Trade and Agriculture AGEC 4306 Commodity Futures Markets AGEC 4325 Recreation...

Social Sciences


...4324 National Histories HIST 4325 European Intellectual and...4355 Mexican Agricultural Relations AGEC 4302 International Trade...

Wildlife, Sustainability and Ecosystem Sciences


...ECON 3304 Environmental Economics AGEC 4302 International Trade and Agriculture AGEC 4325 Recreation and Tourism...

Animal Science and Veterinary Technology


...Analysis AGEC 3330 Agricultural Credit 3 3 AGEC...4324 Organic Agriculture WSES 4325 Crop Production and...