Applied Agribusiness Logistics
AGEC 730 - Class Number: 14303
II. A study of agribusiness logistics and the fundamental concepts underpinning logistical decisions and their impact on a firm's sustainability. Topics include supply chain management, transportation and storage, contracting and out sourcing, strategic logistic planning, network analysis, and B2B e-commerce in food and agriculture. Focus will be on agribusiness logistics issues in grain and grain-based food supply chains and in the livestock and meat supply chains, including global logistics. Pr.: AGEC 120 or ECON 120, and AGEC 505.
- Instructor Logan Britton's permission is always required.
- Internet access
- AGEC 505, AGEC 120 or ECON 120
- Graduate standing
- Must be admitted to the Master's in Agribusiness (MAB) degree program.
- Enrollment Dates
- 03/20/2023 to 08/21/2023
- Enrollment Limit
Enrollments received on or after the first day of class may be assessed a $65 special handling fee.
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