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2013-2014 General Catalog (Summer, Fall 2013) [ARCHIVED CATALOG Please see current catalog]

Environmental and Natural Resource Economics - BS


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College of Agriculture and Applied Sciences

Department of Applied Economics

The following curriculum is required for the Bachelor of Science degree in environmental and natural resource economics (ENRE). Students enrolled in the ENRE major should consult with their advior to determine which breadth, depth and elective courses they should complete. ENRE majors are required to complete a minor or track in environmental policy or a natural science. Students should consult with an advisor to develop an indivdualized plan of study that includes the appropriate minor or track.

Students must complete the General Education Requirements .

Students must also complete the University Studies Depth Requirements .

Freshman Year (30 credits)


Sophomore Year (31 credits)


Junior Year (30 credits)


Senior Year (33 credits)


Fall Semester (18 credits)


Recomended Minor or Track for ENRE Majors


Minimum University Requirements


Total Credits

120

Grade Point Average (most majors require higher GPA)

2.00 GPA

Credits of C- or better

100

Credits of upper-division courses (#3000 or above)

40

USU Credits (30 USU credits, 20 of which must be upper-division courses, 10 of which must be courses required for student's major)

30 USU credits

Completion of approved major program of study

See college advisor

Credits in minor (if required)

12

Credits in American Institutions (ECN 1500 ;HIST 1700 , HIST 2700  or HIST 2710 ; HONR 1300 POLS 1100 ; or USU 1300 )

3

General Education Requirements  and University Studies Depth Requirements 

 

 

 

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