Teaching

Academic Specialization

Food Industry Management is a specialization within theĀ Charles H. Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management. Students may specialize in Food Industry Management at all levels of degree programs:

They enjoy access to leading-edge theory as well as real-world business, marketing, and management techniques.

Courses for the Concentration

(all are 3 credits unless noted specifically)

Required: (6 units)

  • AEM 2310 Business and Economics of Food
  • AEM 2480 Food and Consumer Packaged Goods Industry Dynamics

Electives (9 units)

  • AEM 2050 Agricultural Finance
  • AEM 3020 Farm Business Management (4)
  • AEM 3260 Cooperative Business Management
  • AEM 3270 Supply Chain Strategy and Supermarket Simulation
  • AEM 3400 Consumer Behavior
  • AEM 3420 Principles of Supply Chain Management
  • AEM 4015 Customer Analytics and Strategy (1.5 credits)
  • AEM 4080 Innovation and New Product Management (1.5 credits)
  • AEM 4150 Price Analysis
  • AEM 4210 Futures and Options
  • AEM 4310 Agricultural and Food Policy
  • AEM 4400 Retail Strategy
  • AEM 4450 Toward a Sustainable Global Food System: Food Policy for Dev. Countries
  • AEM 4460 Food Marketing Fellows (1)

Student Opportunities