Students who choose the Food and Resource Management topic will take FRE courses that focus on business planning, entrepreneurship, business data analytics and operations management. They will also take a suite of commerce courses to round out their business management skillset. Together with core courses in economics and land and food systems, students will be well on their way to successfully managing businesses which operate in increasingly complex food supply chains.
The Food and Resource Economics program provides a novel program structure, interesting course options and exciting career prospects. The program is a second-year entry program which accepts students who are keen learners and who have taken courses in math and economic principles in their first year.