Bachelor Programs in Environmental Economics

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Environmental Economics

Bachelor’s degree programs require three to four years of full-time coursework, with two years of study dedicated to liberal arts and general education classes. The degree is the minimum level of education necessary for an advanced degree.

What is a Bachelor in Environmental Economics? The focus of environmental economics is dealing with the relationship between the Earth’s systems, the economy, and the limited resource base. Studies concentrate on economics within the larger context of what we know about the world through science and related disciplines. Coursework is primarily quantitative, centering on statistics, math, and economics. Taking life and physical science classes enables students to break out into more specialized areas.

Students earning a bachelor’s degree in environment economics also gain many benefits in their personal and professional lives. These include judgment and decision-making skills, critical thinking abilities, and resource management, all which may be beneficial for a variety of careers.

The cost of earning a bachelor’s degree varies based on the country of study, the school, and the program length. To get a better understanding of the tuition and enrollment fees associated with your program of choice, contact the admissions office of the facility offering the degree.

Graduates earning a degree in environmental economics may find career opportunities in the fast-growing field of the environmental economy across various industries, including governmental agencies, nonprofits, and public and private sectors. Some occupations include marketing coordinator, economic analyst, land use planner, and consulting positions working as a project manager. Others may decide to further their studies in a graduate school program in such fields as law, economics, public policy, or resources administration.

Online and international programs are available for individuals with limited access to a facility or those who require more flexibility in the educational process. Search for your program below and contact directly the admission office of the school of your choice by filling in the lead form.

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Bachelor in Economics and Management in Fuel and Energy Complexes (FEC)

Samara State Technical University
Campus Full time 4 years September 2017 Russia Samara

The program aims to prepare specialists with skills and modern management methods, systems analysis, integrated forecasting tools and support strategic decision-making in governmental or FEC related sectors of the economy. [+]

Bachelors in Environmental Economics. Economics and Management in Fuel and Energy Complexes (FEC) About school/organization: The Engineering Economics Faculty was established in 1992. Leading professors with PhD degrees or Doctor of Science degrees train students to become skilled personnel in the field of economics and management. The faculty staff includes about 200 employees, including more than 100 professors, associate professors, assistant professors, assistants, 40 engineers, technicians and laboratory technicians. The Faculty established contacts and signed agreements on cooperation with universities, research centers and companies from all over the world. Students can undergo internship in foreign universities or research centers: The University of Koblenz-Landau (German, Koblenz), Czech University of Life Sciences (Czech, Prague), Università degli Studi di Genova (Italy, Genova), Dennis Gabor College (Hungary , Budapest), etc. About the University (history, modern improvements, school mission, awards/accreditations) Established in 1914 Samara State Technical University is committed to the purity of science, research and innovation. Our Aim is to facilitate market needs in the areas which we specialize with students equipped with directly applicable skills. And we can honestly say that university alumni successfully put into practice acquired knowledge. Nowadays the University embraces 3 main campuses, 17 educational buildings, 8 dormitories, more than 50 research centers, 2 sport complexes and 3 recreation centres. The University is licensed by the Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation to implement the educational activity in the field of higher education (License № 1938 from 17 February 2016). The University is accredited by the Ministry... [-]