Professor, Agricultural and Consumer Economics, College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences
Entrepreneurial courses taught by Professor Ellinger
ACE 341, Contemporary Issues in Agri-Accounting and Agri-Finance
Students study contemporary issues and career opportunities in Agri-Accounting and Agri-Finance in this course. An in-depth dialogue with industry professionals helps develop an understanding of the skill sets needed to succeed in each of the different career paths discussed.
ACE 447, Case Studies in Agri-Accounting and Agri-Finance Capstone course for agricultural accounting, agricultural finance, and financial planning; applies business and planning concepts and tools to real-world situations; emphasizes group decision making; industry professions participate in the learning experience.
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