Our graduate degrees in Environmental Economics and Management, Applied Economics, and Agribusiness prepare students to understand and explore economic relationships which affect the use and management of our limited resources. Students learn how to apply economic theory, develop empirical models, and understand quantitative data-analysis techniques for exploring current problems and issues. A distinctive feature of our graduate programs is achieving the dual goals of a vibrant economy and a healthy environment by following a problem-solving approach that integrates economics with other sciences.
We also offer a M.S. in Environmental Economics and Management.