Resource Economics

The M.S. and Ph.D. in Resource Economics produce outstanding researchers and industry leaders in three fields of concentration: Environmental and Natural Resource Economics, Empirical Industrial Organization, Experimental and Behavioral Economics. You’ll learn from academic and industry experts in your area of specialization as you become prepared for careers in marketing, energy, renewables, state and federal policy institutions, and economic consulting through the master’s program, and research positions in industry, academia, and government through the doctoral program.