The emphasis on technical skill development at colleges and universities has not excluded agricultural economics. Government, private industry and academic institutions have increased their expectations of quantitative and computer training acquired through a college undergraduate education. To satisfy these standards, students should be adept at these technical skills. This paper proposes a method by which the quantitative level of most junior-senior level agricultural economics courses can be increased while expanding student exposure to microcomputers.



calculus, agriculture economics course

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