Agricultural Sciences & Natural Resources Natural Resource & Environmental Economics

Environmental Economics 4-Year Plan

Year 1

Semester 1 · Fall
Course Credit Hours
AECN 100 New Student Career Orientation 1 cr
Natural Resource Elective 3-4 cr
ENGL 150, 151, 254; JGEN 200, 220, 300 3 cr
ACE 5 3 cr
MATH 104 or MATH 101 3 cr
Total Credits 13
Semester 2 · Spring
Course Credit Hours
AECN 141 Introduction to the Economics of Agriculture 3 cr
SCIL 101 Science and Decision-Making for a Complex World 3 cr
STAT 218 Introduction to Statistics 3 cr
AGRO 131/132 or BIOS 101/101L 4 cr
ACE 7 3 cr
Total Credits 16

Year 2

Semester 3 · Fall
Course Credit Hours
AECN 265 Resource and Environmental Economics I 3 cr
COMM 209 or 286 3 cr
CHEM 105 or CHEM 109 4 cr
Free Elective 3 cr
ECON 211 Principles of Macroeconomics 3 cr
Total Credits 16
Semester 4 · Spring
Course Credit Hours
NRES 220 Principles of Ecology 3 cr
MSYM 109 or PHYS 151 4 cr
Free Elective 3 cr
AECN Elective (200 level or above) 3 cr
ACE 8 3 cr
Total Credits 16

Year 3

Semester 5 · Fall
Course Credit Hours
AECN 357 Natural Resource and Environmental Law 3 cr
Biological Sciences Elective 4 cr
ECON 312 Intermediate Microeconomics 3 cr
NRES 323 Natural Resources Policy 3 cr
Free Elective 3 cr
Total Credits 16
Semester 6 · Spring
Course Credit Hours
ACE 9 3 cr
AECN Elective (200 level or above) 3 cr
ECON 311 Intermediate Macroeconomics 3 cr
NRES 312 Introduction to Geospatial Information Sciences 3 cr
Resource/Economic Development Elective 3 cr
Total Credits 15

Year 4

Semester 7 · Fall
Course Credit Hours
Free Elective 3 cr
SCMS 331 or ECON 417 3 cr
Resource/Economic Development Elective 3 cr
Free Elective 3-4 cr
Total Credits 12
Semester 8 · Spring
Course Credit Hours
AECN 445 Agricultural and Natural Resource Policy Analysis 3 cr
AECN 465/865 Resource and Environmental Economics II 3 cr
Resource/Economic Development Elective 3 cr
Free Elective 3 cr
Free Elective 3 cr
Total Credits 15
PLEASE NOTE

This document represents a sample 4-year plan for degree completion with this major. Actual course selection and sequence may vary and should be discussed individually with your college or department academic adviser. Advisers also can help you plan other experiences to enrich your undergraduate education such as internships, education abroad, undergraduate research, learning communities, and service learning and community-based learning.

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