Real-World Business Degrees
Sure, you don't mind doing business from a desk, but you know there are other ways! You love to the outdoor air, to get your feet in the grass and your boots on the ground, or maybe inspiring and teaching others about the world of business is your passion. Master many aspects of commerce with a real-world, hands-on approach taught by great professors who care about your success.
Learn to effectively apply your business knowledge to teaching others and preparing them for careers in business.
Environmental and Natural Resource Economics
This major focuses on applying economic principles and the efficient allocation of natural resources such as minerals, oil and natural gas.
A degree in applied economics helps you build the quantitative skills needed to understand economic theory and prepare for a career related to agriculture or natural resources. The courses provide a solid understanding of business strategies for success in a market economy.
Outdoor Product Design and Development
Prepare to develop and create innovative outdoor products with sustainability in mind. The degree incorporates soft goods and hard goods creating lucrative designers.
Agricultural Economics (MS)
This degree program helps you build the quantitative skills needed to understand economic theory and prepare for a career in the broad field of agriculture.
Natural Resource Economics (MS)
This degree focuses on economic aspects of solving environmental problems and developing sound natural resource management policies and practices.
This degree immerses students in research about a variety of economic topics.
Regional Economic Development (MS)
This degree focuses on the study of how communities and regions grow and develop economically.
Economics and Statistics (MS)
This degree is designed for students who are interested in the quantitative aspects of economics.
International Food and Agribusiness (MBA, MS)
These degrees provide experience with all aspects of an agriculture-related business at the international level.
Small Business Operations (USU Eastern) (Minor)
This program, offered at the USU Eastern Price and Blanding campuses, helps students learn many of the skills required to operate a small business. Students cover important material in math, finance, accounting, management, marketing, software, organization, and microeconomics.