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Agribusiness Law

Contact Person
Dr. John C. Bergstrom
Undergraduate Coordinator
208 Conner Hall
(706) 542-0749
jberg@uga.edu
http://www.caes.uga.edu/departments/agecon/academics/undergrad/index.html

Department
Agricultural and Applied Economics

Description of the Program
The Agribusiness Law Certificate is designed to provide students in the College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences guidance and background courses for law school. Students will acquire a comprehensive knowledge of agribusiness law and agribusiness management.

Core Curriculum: Required Courses (6 hours)
AAEC 4050/6050 – Agribusiness and Natural Resource Law – 3 hours
AAEC 3980 – Introduction to Agribusiness Management or AAEC 4980 – Agribusiness Management – 3 hours

Major Related Legal Materials: Select 2 Courses from the following (5–6 hours)
AAEC 4930/6930 – Environmental Law and Governmental Regulation – 3 hours
FDST 4100/6100 – Governmental Regulations of Food Safety and Quality – 2 hours
LEGL 4500/6500 – Employment Law – 3 hours
LEGL 4600 – Negotiation and Alternative Dispute Resolution Systems – 3 hours
LEGL(REAL) 5200 – Real Estate Law – 3 hours
POLS 4540 – Interest Group Politics – 3 hours

Major Related Agribusiness Materials: Select 2 Courses from the following (6 hours)
AAEC 3040 – Agribusiness Marketing or AAEC 3100 – Food and Fiber Marketing or MARK 3000 – Principles of Marketing – 3 hours
AAEC 3400 – Introduction to Agricultural Policy – 3 hours
AAEC(AFST) 4720 – Food Security, Economics Development, and the Environment – 3 hours
AAEC 4760 – Economics of Agricultural Processing and Marketing – 3 hours
AAEC(FINA) 4870/6870 – Futures and Options Markets – 3 hours
ALDR 3900 – Leadership and Service – 3 hours
REAL 4000 – Real Estate – 3 hours