Environmental Economics and Policy

Students in Environmental Economics and Policy study environmental and resource management issues at the local, state, national, and international levels. Graduates are prepared for positions in governmental, environmental, and resource management agencies; interest groups; and the environmental area of private firms. Course concentrations include law, policy, management, administration, quantitative methods, and sociology, as well as economics.

Required for the Environmental Economics and Policy Concentration in Addition to Department Requirements
ACE 210Environmental Economics3
ACE 310Natural Resource Economics3
ACE 406Environmental Law3
ACE 410Energy Economics3
ACE 411Environment and Development3
Select one of the following:3
Intro to GIS Systems
GIS in Natural Resource Mgmt
GIS for Planners
Total Hours18