Environmental and Natural Resource Economics Ph.D.
There is a strong demand for our Ph.D. graduates both in the private and public sector. These jobs range from positions in academia, in government agencies concerned with resource management, in some of the nation’s best private consulting firms concerned with environmental issues, in industries harvesting our natural resource stocks, and in non-governmental organizations.
You’ll work with faculty members who are well-known for their research in environmental and resource, including marine and terrestrial resource management, marketing, and ecosystem services. There is a special focus on fisheries management, marine pollution, water quality, renewable energy, and other resource use issues in the coastal zone.