Investigate theoretical, sociological, and practical approaches to the field of Environmental Economics and Policy.
Environmental Economics and Policy minors must complete 27 credits, 12 of which must be upper division. No courses from a student’s major can be used for the minor.
- Explain market and policy outcomes using microeconomic and legal principles, including how prices are formulated.
- Analyze natural resource and environmental management issues, including the management of specific resources (such as fishery, forests, land, and water), by applying relevant economic theory and tools.
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