Responding to the environmental challenges we face means making choices, and economics plays a central role in these choices. What are the costs and benefits of doing something about global warming? This specialization integrates biological and environmental sciences with economics to give you the necessary training to design and evaluate environmental policies and manage natural resources.
This specialization can only be taken with the major in Agricultural Economics
Students who pursue an environmental science degree have many options when it comes to jobs and may work in a variety of settings.
Some examples include:
- Natural Resource Manager
- Environmental Analyst
- Policy analyst
As an Environmental Economics student you can take courses like:
Discover these related majors and domains:
- Renewable Resource Management (Domain)
- Biodiversity and Conservation (Domain)
Ready to apply?
For this program, you'll need to apply to the Faculty of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences.
See the full eligibility information for more information about deadlines and required documents for your application.