The Environmental and Natural Resource Economics major integrates the natural sciences with economics to help us understand why many of earth’s natural resources are under threat and how we can design policies to address these threats. The department offers two curriculum options or pathways within the major, a double major between ENRE and College of Business (Green Business), and an accelerated Bachelor-Masters (ABM) program.
Certificate in Energy Economics and Policy
This undergraduate certificate program provides intensive training in energy economics, management, and policy through real world energy projects.Explore the Program
Our graduate programs offer qualified students an unparalleled opportunity to work on applied and theoretical issues in the area of natural resource economics, with an emphasis on coastal and marine resource development and management.