About This Minor
The Community Development Economics minor at Utah State University equips students with the knowledge and skills needed to understand and address economic issues in communities, focusing on natural resources, regional economics, and policy analysis.
What You Will Learn
Students will study microeconomics, natural resource and regional economics, agricultural and natural resource law, and choose from courses covering natural resource and environmental economics, regional and community economic development, and applied economics policy analysis.
Career And Outcomes
- Community Development Specialist
- Economic Development Coordinator
- Regional Planner
- Natural Resource Economist
- Policy Analyst
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