About the content
This course emphasizes the role of economics regarding its influence on food prices, the environment, and government policies. The primary objective of this course is to explore the basic tool kit of economic concepts that will enable students to critically analyze the choices they face as consumers and world citizens.
Statement of Accomplishment
- Students who earn an overall score of at least 70% based on:
- 50% Quizzes
- 30% Reflection Journal Assignment & Peer Assessment
- 20% Forum Posts & Comments (out of 8 total)
Statement of Accomplishment with Distinction
- Students who earn an overall score of at least 80% based on:
- 40% Quizzes
- 30% Final Project
- 20% Reflection Journal Assignment & Peer Assessment
- 10% Forum Posts & Comments (out of 8 total)
Please note: The online offering of this class does not reflect the entire curriculum offered to students enrolled at the University of Florida. Completion of this Coursera course does not affirm that this student was enrolled as a student at the University of Florida in any way. It does not confer a University of Florida grade; it does not confer University of Florida credit; it does not confer a University of Florida degree; and it does not verify the identity of the student.
- Jennifer Clark - Food and Resource Economics
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