Durham, NH, United States
Posted: 5 years ago


£6,091 per year

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The M.S. program in natural resources with an option in environmental economics will provide you with the tools in economic theory and analysis to help promote sustainability and protect natural resources through management and policy. Whether you’re interested in agriculture, community and regional development, land- and water-use or general environmental economics, our program will prepare you for careers in the private and public sectors, as well as continued graduate study. You’ll find opportunities with community organizations, financial institutions, government regulatory agencies, land-use planning and environmental consulting firms and more.

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