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Current – ENVIRONMENTAL ECONOMICS
Updated 1/12/06
Name: _______________________________________________
SID: __ __ __ - __ __ - __ __ __ __
ECON 200 or AREC 240, and at least one course each from the Geography and
Government and Politics Social Science groups
Required courses from the ENSP Core for this concentration:
Grading Policy. Beginning in spring semester 2002, students entering the Environmental Science and Policy Program are required to earn grades of C or higher in all courses
taken within the ENSP core, and in all required courses and restricted electives of the selected area of concentration.
Required courses for this concentration (21 credits):
Course
Information from Economic Data, an
Introduction
Natural Resources and Public Policy
Economics of Land Use
Intermediate Microeconomic Theory
3
Semester
Offered +
Sp
3
3
3
F
F
Sp, F, Su
ECON 381
ECON 454
Select one:
AREC 365
AREC 433
AREC 445
ECON 413
ECON 422
Environmental Economics
Theory of Publ. Finance & Fiscal Federalism
3
3
Sp, F
Sp, F
World Hunger, Population, & Food Supplies
Food and Agricultural Policy
Agric. Developm., Pop. Growth & Environ.
Information and Markets
Quantitative Methods in Economics I
3
3
3
3
3
Sp, F
F
Sp
F
Sp, F, Su
ECON 456
Law and Economics
3
Sp
AREC 382
AREC 453
AREC 455
ECON 306
+
Description
Cr
Prerequisites
Grade
When
Completed
Notes
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Perm. of dept.. Recommended: STAT 100
ECON 306
ECON 306
ECON 200, ECON 201, and MATH 220
ECON 201 is a hidden pre-requisite
ECON 200 or ECON 205 or perm. of dept.
ECON 306
ECON 306
ECON 306
ECON 306
ECON 200 and 201 and (ECON 321 or
BMGT 230) or permission of dept.
ECON 306
Check the current Schedule of Classes to verify semester.
OVER>>>
Restricted Electives: select 12 credits in one of the following supporting field areas.
A. Social Science
Course
GEOG 342
GEOG 361
GEOG 372
GEOG 373
GEOG 431
GEOG 435
GEOG 437
GEOG 442
GVPT 200
GVPT 306
GVPT 406 *
SOCY 305
SOCY 333
SOCY 410
HIST 405 *
ANTH 450
Description
Cr
Introduction to Biogeography
Introduction to Human Dimensions of
Global Change
Remote Sensing
Geographic Information Systems
Culture and Natural Resource Mgt
Population Geography
Political Geography
Biogeography
International Political Relations
Global Ecopolitics
International Political Economy
Scarcity and Modern Society
Technology and Society
Social Demography
Environmental History
Theory & Practice of Environ Anthro
3
3
Semester
Offered +
Sp
F
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
Sp, Su, F
Sp, Su, W
F
Sp , Su, W
F
F
Sp, Su, F, W
Sp
Sp, F, Su
Sp
Sp, F
Sp
Prerequisites
Grade
When
Completed
Notes
Grade
When
Completed
Notes
GEOG 201. Recommended: GEOG 211
GEOG 201 or GEOG 202 or ANTH 220/101
or ANTH 260/102 or permission of dept.
GEOG 342 or equiv. Recommend GEOG 123
GVPT 100
GVPT 200
GVPT 200
3 credits of sociology
3 credits of sociology
6 credits of sociology or permission of dept.
B. Earth Science
Course
NRSC 413
NRSC 423
NRSC 440
NRSC 441
NRSC 454
LARC 450
CHEM 104
ENCE 315
ENST 451
Description
Soil and Water Conservation
Soil-Water Pollution
Crops, Soils, and Civilization
Sustainable Agriculture
Env. Issues in Plant and Soil Sci
Environmental Resources
Fundamentals of Organic and Biochem
Introduction to Environmental Eng.
Water Quality: Field and Lab Analysis
GEOL 340
Geomorphology
GEOL 341
Structural Geology
GEOL 452
Watershed and Wetland Hydrology
+
Check the current Schedule of Classes to verify.
Cr
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
4
4
3
Semester
Offered +
Sp
F
Sp
F
Sp
Sp, F
Sp
Sp
F
F
Prerequisites
NRSC 200
NRSC 200 and CHEM 104 or dept. perm.
NRSC 200 or permission of dept.
CHEM 131/132
CHEM 131/132; PHYS 161, & dept. perm.
CHEM 131/132 and (CHEM 104 or CHEM
231/232)
GEOL 100/110
GEOL 102 or permission of dept.
CHEM 131/132 and GEOL 100/110 or perm.
C. Life Science
Course
BSCI 207
BSCI 361
BSCI 363
BSCI 366
BSCI 370
BSCI 373
BSCI 374
BSCI 460
BSCI 461
BSCI 462
BSCI 463
BSCI 473
ENST 450
ENST 460
ENST 461
ENST 479
Description
Cr
Organismal Biology
Principles of Ecology
Biology of Conservation and Extinction
Biodiversity Issues in Conserv. Mgmt.
Principles of Evolution
Natural History of the Chesapeake Bay
Chesapeake Bay Lab
Plant Ecology
Plant Ecology lab
Population Ecology
Laboratory and Field Ecology
Marine Ecology
Wetland Ecology
Principles of Wildlife Management
Urban Wildlife Management
Tropical Ecology and Resource Mgmt.
4
4
3
3
3
3
2
3
2
3
2
3
3
3
3
1-6
Semester
Offered +
Sp, Su, F
Sp
Sp
F
F
Su, F
F
Sp
Sp
F
F
F
F
Sp
F
Sp
Prerequisites
Grade
When
Completed
Notes
BSCI 106
BSCI 106 and (MATH 140 or MATH 220)
BSCI 106
BSCI 207 or dept. permission
BSCI 106
course in biological sciences or dept. perm.
Pre- or corequisite: BSCI 373
BSCI 230, CHEM 233 and PHYS 122
Pre- or corequisite: BSCI 460
BSCI 106 and MATH 220
Pre- or coreq.: BSCI 462 & a statist. course
BSCI 224
BIOM 301 or permission of dept.
two semesters of laboratory biology.
repeatable up to 10 cr.
D. Preparation for Graduate Work in Environmental Economics: Mathematics, Theory, Econometrics
Course
Description
Cr
MATH 141
MATH 240
MATH 241
Calculus II
Introduction to Linear Algebra
Calculus III
4
4
4
Semester
Offered +
Sp, Su, F
Sp, Su, F
Sp, Su, F
ECON 414
ECON 415
ECON 422
Game Theory
Strategic behavior and Incentives
Quantitative Methods in Economics I
3
3
3
Sp, F
Sp
Sp, F
ECON 425
Mathematical Economics
3
Su
Prerequisites
Grade
When
Completed
Notes
MATH 140 or equivalent
MATH 141 or equivalent
MATH 141 and (MATH 240 or ENES 102
or PHYS 161 or PHYS 171)
ECON 306 and (MATH 220 or 140)
ECON 414 or permission of dept.
ECON 200, 201 and (ECON 321 or BMGT
230) or permission of department
ECON 305 or 405, and ECON 306 or 406,
and MATH 220 or equivalent
Recommended (NOT required) additional course work as preparation for GRADUATE SCHOOL in Environmental Economics:
Course
MATH 140
MATH 141
MATH 240
ECON 306
ECON 321
Description
Calculus I
Calculus II
Introduction to Linear Algebra
Intermediate Microeconomic Theory
Economic Statistics
Cr
4
4
4
3
3
Offered
Sp, Su, F
Sp, Su, F
Sp, Su, F
Sp, Su, F
Sp, Su, F
ECON 414
Game Theory
3
Sp, F
Prerequisites
perm. dept. or MATH 115 w/C or better
MATH 140 or equivalent
MATH 141 or equivalent
ECON 200, ECON 201, and MATH 220
ECON 200, ECON 201, MATH 220 or MATH
140 or permission of department
ECON 306 and (MATH 220 or MATH 140)
ECON 415
ECON 422
Strategic Behavior and Incentives
Quantitative Methods in Economics I
3
3
Sp
Sp, F
ECON 414 or permission of department
ECON 200, 201, and ECON 321 or dept. perm.
Grade
Completed
Notes
Proposed – ENVIRONMENTAL ECONOMICS
UM Core: ENGL 101___________, (HL)_____________, (HA) _____________, (HL/HA/HO/IE) ______________, (SH) ______________, Diversity _____________
Adv. Writing ____________, Adv. Studies_____________ , (SB)_____________ , (SB/IE) ______________.
Grading Policy: Environmental Science and Policy students must earn C grades or higher in all ENSP core courses and in all required courses and restricted electives of the selected area of concentration.
Required from ENSP Core:
Course
All three:
ENSP 101 (PS)
ENSP 102
ENSP 400 (AS)
Title
Cr
Offered
Intro. to Environmental Science
Intro. to Environmental Policy
Capstone in Env. Sci & Policy
3
3
3
F
Sp
Sp, F
Calculus I (strongly recommended)
Elementary Calculus I
4
3
Introduction to Biometrics
Econ Stats (strongly recommended)
Introduction to Quant. Methods
Statistical Methods in Psychology
Intro. Statistics for Sociology
Applied Prob and Statistics I
Prerequisites
Grade
Completed
Notes
Senior year; ENSP 101 and 102
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Sp, F, Su
Sp, F, Su
dept. perm. or MATH 115 w/C or better
dept. perm. or MATH 113, or 115
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__________
3
3
3
3
4
3
Sp, F
Sp, F
F
Sp, F, Su
Sp, F, Su
Sp, F, Su
MATH 115
ECON 200, 201, MATH 220
PSYC 100, MATH 111 or 140 or 220
SOCY 100 and MATH 111 or equiv.
MATH 141
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Intro. to Economics and the Environ
4
Sp, F
MATH 220 or higher recommended
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Intro to Geography
Causes and Impl of Global Chng
Developing Countries
Coastal Environments
World in Cultural Perspective
3
3
3
3
3
F, Su
Sp
Sp
F
Sp
-
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Intro. to Natural Resource Policy
Introduction to Environmental Law
Intro. to Environmental Politics
3
3
3
Sp
F
Sp, F
AREC 240 or ECON 200
Permission of dept; Junior standing.
GVPT 170 or ENSP 102 (recommended)
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4
Sp, F, Su
placement in MATH 110 or higher
General Chemistry I
3/1
Sp, F, Su
placement in MATH 113 or higher
Fundamentals of Soil Science
Physical Geology/Lab
Environmental Geology/Lab
Geog of Env Sys/Lab (recommended)
Weather and Climate/Lab
4
3/1
3/1
3/1
3/1
Sp
Sp, F, Su
Sp, F, Su
Sp, F
Sp, F
CHEM 131/132 or dept. perm.
MATH 110 or 115.
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__________
Calculus:
MATH 140 (MS) or
MATH 220 (MS)
Statistics (one):
BIOM 301
ECON 321
GEOG 306
PSYC 200
SOCY 201
STAT 400
Economics:
AREC 240 (SB)
Geography (one):
GEOG 100 (SB)
GEOG 123 (PS)
GEOG 130 (SB/D)
GEOG 140 (PS)
GEOG 202 (SB)
Govt & Politics (one):
AREC 332
ENSP 330
GVPT 273
And: One (1) course each from 2 of the next 3 groups
Biology:
BSCI 106 (LL)
Princ of Biology II (recommended)
Chemistry:
CHEM 131/132 (PL)
Earth Sciences (one):
ENST 200 (LL)
GEOL 100/110 (PL)
GEOL 120/110 (PS)
GEOG 201/211 (PL)
AOSC 200/201 (PL)
REQUIRED for Environmental Economics (25 credits):
Course
AREC 453
AREC 455
AREC 489C
ECON 201
ECON 300
ECON 326
Cr
Offered
Prerequisites
Natural Resources and Public Policy
Economics of Land Use
Economics of Climate Change
Princ of Macro-Economics
Methods and Tools for Econ Analysis
Intermed. Microeconomic Theory
Description
3
3
3
4
3
3
F
F
Sp
F,Sp
Sp, F
Sp, F
ECON 306
ECON 306
ECON 306
ECON 200*
ECON 200*, ECON 201, and MATH 220
ECON 300 or MATH 240 or MATH 241
Environmental Economics
Theory of Publ. Fin. & Fiscal Federalism
3
3
Sp, F
Sp, F
ECON 306 or ECON 326
ECON 306
Grade
Completed
Notes
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______________
______________
______________
______________
______________
______________
Select one:
ECON 481
ECON 454
Select one:
AREC 365
World Hunger, Pop, & Food Supplies
3
Sp, F
AREC 382
3
Sp
Perm. of dept.
Intro to Information from Econ Data
AREC 433
Food and Agricultural Policy
3
F
ECON 306
AREC 445
Agric. Develop., Pop. Growth & Environ.
3
Sp
ECON 306
ECON 413
Information and Markets
3
F
ECON 306
ECON 422
Quantitative Methods in Economics I
3
Sp, F, Su
ECON 200, 201, and 321
ECON 456
Law and Economics
3
Sp
ECON 306
* The Economics department has agreed to accept AREC 240 for ECON 200 where ECON 200 is a listed pre-requisite.
RESTRICTED ELECTIVES:
Area 1. Social Science
Course
GEOG 342
GEOG 331
GEOG 372
GEOG 373
GEOG 431
GEOG 435
GEOG 437
GEOG 442
GVPT 200
GVPT 306
GVPT 406
SOCY 305
SOCY 333
SOCY 410
HIST 405
ANTH 450
At least 12 credits in one (1) supporting field: Social Science, Earth Science, Life Science, or Graduate School preparation.
Description
Introduction to Biogeography
Intro to Human Dimen of Global Change
Remote Sensing
Geographic Information Systems
Culture and Natural Resource Mgt
Population Geography
Political Geography
Biogeography
International Political Relations
Global Ecopolitics
International Political Economy
Scarcity and Modern Society
Technology and Society
Social Demography
Environmental History
Theory & Practice of Environ Anthro
Cr
Offered
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
Sp
F
Sp, Su, F
Sp, Su,W
F
Sp ,Su,W
F
F
Sp,Su,F,W
Sp
Sp, F, Su
Sp
Sp, F
Sp
Prerequisites
GEOG 201. Recommended: GEOG 211
GEOG 201 or 202; or ANTH 220 or 260
GEOG 342 or equiv.
GVPT 100
GVPT 200
GVPT 200
3 credits of sociology
3 credits of sociology
6 credits of sociology or dept perm
Grade
Completed
Notes
Area 2. Earth Science
Course
ENST 413
ENST 423
ENST 440
ENST 441
ENST 454
LARC 450
CHEM 104
ENCE 315
ENST 451
GEOL 340
GEOL 341
GEOL 452
Cr
Offered
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
4
4
3
Sp
Sp
Sp
F
Sp
Sp, F
Sp
Sp
F
F
Description
Cr
Offered
Organismal Biology
Principles of Ecology
Biology of Conservation and Extinction
Biodiversity Issues in Conserv. Mgmt.
Principles of Evolution
Natural History of the Chesapeake Bay
Chesapeake Bay Lab
Plant Ecology
Plant Ecology lab
Population Ecology
Laboratory and Field Ecology
Marine Ecology
Wetland Ecology
Principles of Wildlife Management
Urban Wildlife Management
Tropical Ecology and Resource Mgmt.
4
4
3
3
3
3
2
3
2
3
2
3
3
3
3
1-6
Sp,Su,F
Sp
Sp
F
F
Su,F
F
Sp
Sp
F
F
F
F
Sp
F
Sp
Area 3. Life Science
Course
BSCI 207
BSCI 361
BSCI 363
BSCI 366
BSCI 370
BSCI 373
BSCI 374
BSCI 460
BSCI 461
BSCI 462
BSCI 463
BSCI 473
ENST 450
ENST 460
ENST 461
ENST 479
Description
Soil and Water Conservation
Soil-Water Pollution
Crops, Soils, and Civilization
Sustainable Agriculture
Env. Issues in Plant and Soil Sci
Environmental Resources
Fundamentals of Organic and Biochem
Introduction to Environmental Eng.
Water Quality: Field and Lab Analysis
Geomorphology
Structural Geology
Watershed and Wetland Hydrology
Prerequisites
Calculus II
Introduction to Linear Algebra
Calculus III
Economic Statistics
Game Theory
Strategic behavior and Incentives
Quantitative Methods in Economics I
Mathematical Economics
4
4
4
3
3
3
3
3
Sp, Su, F
Sp, Su, F
Sp, Su, F
Sp, Su, F
Sp, F
Sp
Sp,F
Su
Completed
Notes
Grade
Completed
Notes
Grade
Completed
Notes
ENST 200 or permission of dept.
CHEM 131/132
CHEM 131/132; PHYS 161, & dept. perm.
CHEM 104 or CHEM 231/232
GEOL 100/110
GEOL 102 or permission of dept.
CHEM 131/132 and GEOL 100/110 or perm.
Prerequisites
BSCI 106
BSCI 106 and (MATH 140 or MATH 220)
BSCI 106
BSCI 207 or dept. permission
BSCI 106
course in biological sciences or dept. perm.
Pre- or corequisite: BSCI 373
BSCI 230, CHEM 233 and PHYS 122
Pre- or corequisite: BSCI 460
BSCI 106 and MATH 220
Pre- or coreq.: BSCI 462 & a statist. course
BSCI 224
BIOM 301 or permission of dept.
two semesters of laboratory biology.
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Area 4. Preparation for Graduate Work in Environmental Economics: Mathematics, Theory, Econometrics
Course
Description
Cr
Offered
Prerequisites
MATH 141
MATH 240
MATH 241
ECON 321
ECON 414
ECON 415
ECON 422
ECON 425
Grade
ENST 200
ENST 200 and CHEM 104 or dept. perm.
MATH 140 or equivalent
MATH 141 or equivalent
MATH 141 and MATH 240
ECON 200 and 201, MATH 220 or MATH 140
ECON 306 and (MATH 220 or 140)
ECON 414 or permission of dept.
ECON 200, 201 and ECON 321 or perm
ECON 305 or 405; ECON 306 or 406; and
MATH 220 or 140.
ENVIRONMENTAL ECONOMICS – Suggested Graduation Plan
Reviewed 1/3/08 – WW
NOTE: This worksheet is for use as an advising tool to help you prepare your own graduation plan. It will necessarily be modified depending upon when you declare the concentration
discuss your plan regularly and modify it as appropriate in consultation with your advisor during pre-registration advising.
Fall 1
MATH 220 or 140*
ENSP 101
ENGL 101
GEOG 201/211
UNIV 100
Cr
3-4
3
3
4
1
Spring 1
MATH 141* or Elective
ENSP 102
Geography category
AREC 240
Core HA/HL/HO/SH
14-15
Cr
3-4
3
3
4
3
Fall 3
Cr
Spring 3
Cr
3
3
3
3
3
ECON 454 or ECON 481
AREC/ECON from “Select 1” list
Field course (2)
Field course (3)
3
3
3
3
3
Elective
15
Cr
3-4
3
4
4
Spring 2
Government category
Core HA/HL/HO/SH
Field course (1)
ECON 300
Elective **
17-18
ECON 326
AREC 453
Core HA/HL/HO/SH
ECON 321
Elective
Fall 2
MATH 240 or Elective
Core HA/HL/HO/SH
BSCI 106 or CHEM 131/132
ECON 201
14-15
Fall 4
AREC 455
Elective
AREC 489C
CORE Advanced Writing
Elective
15
15
3
3
3
3
3
15
Cr
3
3
3
3
3
Cr
Spring 4
ENSP 400
ENSP 386 +
Field course (4)
CORE Advanced Studies
Elective
Cr
3
3
3
3
3
15
* The MATH 140-141-240 sequence is required for students who want to prepare for graduate school in economics.
** Environmental Economics students must complete a “supporting field” in one of the following: Social Science, Earth Science, Life Science, or Econometrics/Economic Theory (see advi
you’ll need to use your “Elective” spaces for this purpose.
+ An
internship
is recommended but not required by this concentration.
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