Department of Economics

Concentration in Environmental Economics

Concentration in Environmental Economics for Economics Majors [Need 4 courses]:

1)    ECON 3240: Environmental Economics OR ECON 3270: Natural Resource Economics,
2)    ECON 3300: Benefit-cost Analysis (WAC),
3)    ECON 4/5240: Applied Environmental Economics OR alternative economics course at the 3000 level or above chosen in consultation with the undergraduate economics adviser, and
4)    ECON 4/5660: Public Finance Economics OR alternative economics course at the 3000 level or above chosen in consultation with the undergraduate economics adviser.

Concentration in Environmental Economics for Environmental Studies Majors [Need 7 courses]:

1)   *ECON 1200: Principles of Microeconomics
2)    *ECON 2810: Introduction to Econometrics
3)    *ECON 3240: Environmental Economics
4)    *ECON 3270: Natural Resource Economics
5)    *ECON 3300: Benefit-cost Analysis (WAC)
6)    ECON 4/5240: Applied Environmental Economics
7)    ECON 4660: Public Finance Economics
8)    ECON 1150: Principles of Macroeconomics
9)    ECON 3070: Economics and Law
10)    ECON 3200: Intermediate Microeconomics
The first seven courses listed are the recommended courses, however to offer flexibility in scheduling it is possible to choose two of the last five courses listed.

Last Updated: 8/8/17