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Environmental Economics (effective fall 2014)

Department: Environmental Science and Studies

A Bachelor of Science degree is awarded for the Environmental Economics POE
ESS Core courses = 23 credits
Course Number Title Credits Prerequisites Dist. Skills
ESS 100 Environmental Systems I
3

 

N

 

GL 100 Introduction to Physical Geology
3
 
N
ESS 305 Environmental Economics
3
ESS 100 & EB 105 or EB 223 or permission
S
ESS 309 Econometrics
2
 
N
Q
ESS 230 Environmetrics
3
sophomore standing or permission
N
QS
ESS 224
or
Natural Resource Management
Wildlife Management

Natural Resource Management
3

3
ESS 100 & BI 105 & BI 121

ESS 100, BI 105 & BI 121
N

N
ESS 310 Water Resources I
3
ESS 100
N
QS
ESS 337 Environmental Policy and Law
3
PS 101 & ESS 100
S
Economics Courses - 15 credits
Course Number Title Credits Prerequisites Dist. Skills
EB 105 International Economic Issues
3
 
SI
EB 222 Principles of Macroeconomics
3
SO, JR, or SR standing
S
EB 223 Principles of Microeconomics
3
SO, JR, or SR standing
S
EB 381 International Political Economy
3
EB 105
SI
EB 463
or
EB 465
Financial Markets & Institutions

Financial Theory & Analysis
3

3
EB 222

EB 211
SI

S


Policy and Decision Science - 13 credits
Course Number Title Credits Prerequisites Dist. Skills
PS 101 Introduction to American Government
4
 
S
PY 101 Introduction to Psychology
3
 
S
PY 304 Cognitive Psychology
3
PY 101
S
PY 403 Judgment & Decision Making
3
PY 101
S
Math Core - 10 credits
Course Number Title Credits Prerequisites Dist. Skills
MA 130 Calculus I
4
 
N
QM
MA 160 Linear Algebra
3
 
N
QM
MA 303 Math Modeling
3
MA 130
N
QM, CW
Total credit hours: 61 ( 62 if Capstone option is taken)

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