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We offer undergraduate degrees in Agricultural Business Management and in Environmental Economics and Policy. Both programs offer training in economics and quantitative analysis applied to agricultural, environmental, business, and policy issues.
We award PhD, MS, and MA degrees in Applied Economics. The program includes core courses in economic theory, econometrics, and other quantitative methods. Concentration areas include the economics of natural resources and environment, trade and development, marine resources, and rural development.
NOAA has recently awarded OSU and the Pacific Shellfish Institute a federal grant to assess the vulnerability of shellfish growers, consumers and other stakeholders in the Pacific Northwest to ocean acidification (OA) using a multidisciplinary...
Secota Douglas, a native of Guyana who earned a B.S. in Environmental Economics and Policy online through Oregon State Ecampus in 2017, was recently featured by Ecampus in an article called "Big Dreams Have Humble Beginnings...
We are saddened to pass along the news that Emeritus Professor Emery N. Castle passed away on October 31, 2017 in Portland, Oregon.
During his six decades as an active and internationally respected scholar, Emery Castle made outstanding...
Professor Bill Jaeger, along with Professor Christian Langpap, former PhD student Dan Bigelow, and former faculty member Andrew Plantinga and others, recently published a study titled “Finding Water Scarcity Amid Abundance Using Human-Natural...
At this year’s annual meeting of the Western Agricultural Economics Association, Dr. James Sterns, Associate Professor in the Department of Applied Economics at Oregon State University, received the Association’s “Undergraduate Teaching Award...