The course will introduce students to thinking about interdisciplinary environmental issues as an economist does. We will concentrate on a few economics themes and use topical issues to motivate and to illustrate interdisciplinary economic analyses.Note: The course does not earn economics credit and does not replace the Economics 101 prerequisite for any of the three Economics environmental courses (ECO 226, 235, or 236).
Satisfies a major requirement in Environmental Studies
Satisfies a minor requirement in Environmental Studies
Satisfies the Liberal Studies Requirement