Environmental and Resource Economics Minor
The Environmental and Resource Economics minor aims to provide students majoring in other disciplines with an understanding of environmental and resource economics, and their uses in personal, social, business and government decision-making. Students learn how to apply economic analyses in evaluating environmental and resource problems, identifying their causes and examining alternative solutions. The minor also offers courses that teach techniques useful for decision making by local and regional communities. Students also obtain skills in the management of agricultural and natural-resource business firms.
- Complete 5 Courses with a minimum of 20 credits from the courses listed below, with a grade of C- or better.
- No more than 8 credits used to satisfy major requirements may be used for the minor.
- Pass/Fail courses may not be used for the minor
|Select at least 5 courses from the following:||20|
|Environmental and Resource Economics Perspectives 1|
|The New Pirates of the Caribbean|
|Statistical Methods and Applications|
|Introduction to Natural Resource Economics|
|Agribusiness Economics and Management|
|Land Economics Perspectives: Uses, Policies, and Taxes|
|Agricultural and Food Policy|
|Rural and Regional Economic Development|
|Ecological-Economic Modeling for Decision Making|