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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

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

Social Sciences

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

Wildlife, Sustainability and Ecosystem Sciences

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

Animal Science and Veterinary Technology

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