Agricultural and Consumer Economics
Minor in Environmental Economics and Law
The minor in Environmental Economics and Law is designed to provide students with basic skills in economic and legal analysis, and to teach them how to apply those tools to environmental problems. Students will emerge from this minor with in-depth knowledge about issues related to environmental protection and natural resource management and possibly sustainable development or land-use planning. The 300- and 400-level courses may have additional prerequisites not included in requirements for the minor.
|Required for the Minor in Environmental Economics and Law|
|ACE 210||Environmental Economics||3|
|ACE 310||Natural Resource Economics||3|
|Select one of the following:||3-4|
|Agr Cons and Resource Econ|
|Select two of the following:||6|
|The Legal Environment of Bus|
|Local Planning, Gov't and Law|
|Select one of the following:||3|
|Environment and Development|
|Environmental Systems I|
|Law and Economics|
A minimum of 18 hours must be completed for this minor. Courses in the minor cannot be completed Credit/No Credit.
Enrollment in the Environmental Economics and Law minor is not available to students enrolled in the Environmental Economics and Policy concentration of the Department of ACE. Enrollment is also not available to those enrolled in the Human Dimensions of the Environment concentration of the major in Natural Resources and Environmental Sciences if enrolled in that concentration was prior to January, 2013.