The Environmental Economics and Policy (EEP) undergraduate major is open to students in the College of Natural Resources (CNR) and the College of Letters & Science. The program takes a problem-solving approach to issues involving renewable and fixed natural resources, and it is based on a foundation in micro-economic theory and the economics of resources and the environment.

RESEARCH in EEP in the Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics (ARE):

  • The portal for projects by ARE faculty and ARE graduate students that seek undergraduate research assistance are either in the Sponsored Program of Undergraduate Research (SPUR), Undergraduate Research Apprentice Program (URAP), or in the   ARE Graduate Undergraduate Research (ARE-GUR) Board.
  • If students wish to be involved in ARE faculty and graduate student research please apply to SPUR, URAP or individually contact the graduate students in the ARE-GUR Board

Students can enroll in the CNR Senior Thesis in EEP and the the CNR Honors Program in EEPif requirements are met.

Here are recent examples of EEP Alumni Honors' Thesis Titles and their Faculty Mentors:

Archive of All Participants in CNR Honors Program

Welcome to EEP!

Welcome to CNR August 2018.

Welcome to CNR August 2018.