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Agricultural and Applied Economics in Spain at the TTU Center Seville

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This Seville-based Agriculture and Applied Economics study abroad program offers TTU students an opportunity to live in an historic Spanish city and study Agricultural Economics topics.  The program will expose students to production / farm management (AAEC 3304), agricultural marketing (AAEC 3301), fundamentals of agriculture and applied economics (AAEC 2305), and commodities futures trading (AAEC 4317/5317) in order to compare and contrast American and Spanish approaches to issues in agriculture.  The program will include field trips and interactions with Spanish producers, marketing companies and others through visits to high-value agricultural operations, agri-businesses and the commodities exchange. 

COURSES OFFERED:

  • AAEC 3301 Agribusiness Marketing
    • 3 credit hours
    • taught by Dr. Jaime Malaga
    • Prerequisite: AAEC 2305 or ECO 2301
  • AAEC 3304 Farm and Ranch Business Management
    • 3 credit hours
    • taught by Dr. Donna Mitchell
    • Pre-requisite AAEC 2305 or ECO 2301 
  • AAEC 2305 Fundamentals of Agricultural and Applied Economics
    • 3 credit hours
    • taught by Dr. Marty Middleton
  • AAEC 4317/5317 Commodities Futures Trading and Analysis
    • 3 credit hours
    • taught by Dr. Mahfuz Rahman                 
ESTIMATED PROGRAM FEE: PROGRAM FEE INCLUDES:
  • Housing with a host family (includes utilities, linens & laundry) & meals (3 per day, 7 days a week)
  • Insurance
  • Excursions - hotels, transportation and entrance fees
  • Local tours
  • Seville orientation upon arrival
PROGRAM FEE DOES NOT INCLUDE:                                                                                                      
  • TTU tuition and fees
  • Airfare to/from Spain
  • Education Abroad fee ($200)
  • Meals on excursions
  • Personal spending money
PROGRAM OPEN TO:
  • All TTU students
PROGRAM DATES:
  • June 1 - June 30, 2016
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