Students may pursue a minor in Environmental Economics and Policy as an adjunct to their chosen major field. This program offers interested students an opportunity to explore aspects of economic and political institutions that affect the development and management of natural resources and the environment.

Requirements

  • A minimum of six courses from the EEP curriculum is required. Please see the EEP Minor Snapshot for a complete list of acceptable classes.

Students should file the Minor Completion Form during their final semester to certify the completion of the minor. Offered by the Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics (ARE).

Please see the EEP Undergraduate Advisor for more information.