Environmental Economics Minor, 18 credits (6 courses):
|ECON 1155||Principles of Macroeconomics with Data Applications||3|
|or ECON 1150||Principles Of Macroeconomics|
|ECON 1200||Principles Of Microeconomics||3|
|Select two of the following (if all 3 taken then 3rd counts as one of the electives below):||6|
or ECON 3270
|Natural Resource Economics|
|BENEFIT-COST ANALYSIS (WAC)|
|Select two of the following:||6|
|The Economics of Climate Change|
|Applied Environmental Economics|
|Intermediate Micro-Economic Theory|
|Introduction to Econometrics|
|Public Finance Economics|
- PLO 1: Identification abilities. Students will demonstrate the ability to identify and describe economic phenomena using economic terms and concepts from the provided information and data.
- PLO 2: Analytic and quantitative abilities. Students will demonstrate the ability to analyze economic models and its implications using graphical and quantitative tools. Students will demonstrate the ability to analyze economic data. In particular:
- PLO 3: Application abilities. Students will demonstrate the ability to apply economic theory to a range of economic problems.
- PLO 4: Communication skills. Student written work and/or oral presentations will demonstrate the ability to convey, interpret, and summarize ideas effectively in terms of content, clarity, syntax, and organization of information.