ECO 335 - Resource and Environmental Economics
Course explores relationship between our modern market economy and present ecological and environmental problems. Students are introduced to models of steady state and ecological economics in addition to more traditional approaches to issues of depletion (conservation) and allocation of renewable and nonrenewable resources, pollution, population and food production.
Prerequisite: ECO 111.(3 cr. hr.)
Frequency code C = offered at least once every two years
Additional frequency code descriptions can be found in the Terminology Guide.