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1 ENVIRONMENTAL & NATURAL RESOUCE ECONOMICS Effective Fall 2013 College of the Environment & Life Sciences (CELS) Department: Environmental and Natural Resource Economics UC Advisors: Emi Uchida ) CELS students Simona Trandafir uri.edu ) UC students Credits: 120 The Major: The BS in Environmental and Natural Resource Economics (ENRE) major is designed to give students an in-depth understanding of the interactions between the human society and the natural environment. This major combines economics and natural sciences to make us informed participants in the public debate on how to protect our natural resources such as tropical rain forests, safe drinking water, clean air, biodiversity, sustainable fisheries, endangered species, and other natural assets while also living sustainably. It also addresses important questions facing our global society: Why have humans caused widespread ecological impacts? How can we create a sustainable society that protects the environment while maintaining a high standard of living? How can we design policies to protect the global environment and simultaneously alleviate world poverty? These and other questions will be explored through economics and natural sciences. Students may choose one of the following two options: Option 1: Green Markets and Sustainability (GMS): This option is recommended for students who seek a career in businesses, governmental and non-governmental organizations in a wide range of environmental topics, including: green businesses, renewable energy, fisheries, coastal management, sustainable development, and others. Students in this option will study areas such as management of our international fisheries and other marine resources, efficient use of land and water resources, and how green markets can protect the environment while also helping to alleviate global poverty. It is also recommended for students planning to do graduate studies in environmental economics, or go to law school with an interest in environmental law or international disputes involving natural resources. The GMS option has a stronger focus on environmental economics than EEM, and at the same time allows considerable flexibility for students to sample broadly from courses across the University or to develop a related focus area (e.g., green business). Option 2: Environmental Economics and Management (EEM). Students in this option will take classes that blend the natural, physical, and economic sciences. The option is recommended for students interested in biodiversity conservation, land and water conservation, natural hazards, and global climate change, and those seeking a career in government agencies and non-governmental organizations related to these environmental issues. EEM has a stronger emphasis on the environmental sciences and prepares students to analyze problems of natural resource management by having a broader understanding of relationships between the processes of the physical and biological world, and of economic systems. Career Options: This major prepares students for many different kinds of professional careers in the new "green" economy as well as graduate studies. It provides students with tools to weigh options and make important decisions concerning the protection, restoration, development, and use of our natural resources. Public officials, nonprofit organizations, and private businesses need professionals to integrate the ecological and natural science with the economic science aspects of their organizations. Some recent examples of ENRE alums jobs include: Renewable energy companies, including Alteris Renewables in Providence, Environment Northeast and Boreal Renewable Energy in Boston; Electric vehicle regional sales manager for Datco a large transportation company that sells commercial vehicles; Private sector environmental specialists on topics such as aquaculture, international forest products, global buying and selling in fisheries, and environmental restoration; Government agencies and NGOs environmentalists who design policies that protect the environment while promoting economic development of rural communities. Transfer out of UC: Must have completed at least 24 credits, minimum GPA of 2.00, and received permission from the UC major advisor. Last updated: May 17, 2013

2 Required for Both Options: General Education (36 credits): All Category MQ (Mathematics and Quantitative Reasoning), N (Natural Sciences), and S (Social Sciences) General Education requirements (15 cr.) are satisfied by courses taken as part of the major. Thus, to satisfy URI s General Education requirements, ENRE students should take COM 100, WRT 104/105 or 106, and only 15 credits of General Education courses from Category A (Fine Arts & Literature), L (Letters), or F (Foreign Language/Culture). See the URI Course Catalog (also on the web at for a listing of all General Education courses. Introduction to URI (1 Credit) URI 101 Traditions and Transformations: A Freshman Seminar (1 credit) Introductory Professional Courses (9 credits): NRS 100 Natural Resource Conservation (3 credits) EEC 105 Introduction to Resource Economics (3 credits) EEC 205 Resource Management and Conservation (3 credits) Communications (3 Credits) 3 credits in Writing in addition to General Education Requirements. Must be 200 level or above. Option 1: Green Markets and Sustainability Concentration (24 credits): ECN 328 Intermediate Microeconomic Theory or ECN 323 Intermediate Microeconomics (3 credits) EEC 310 Economics for Environmental Resource Management and Policy (3 credits) EEC 432 Environmental Economics and Policy (3 credits) 15 additional credits in EEC, ECN, or BUS at 300 level or above; up to 9 may be fulfilled by ECN or BUS Basic and Supporting Sciences (21-23 credits)*: GEO 100 Environmental Geology (3 credits) or GEO 103 Understanding the Earth (4 credits) BIO 105 Biology for Daily Life with Lab (3 credits) or BIO 101/103 Principles of Biology I (4 credits) CHM 100 Chemistry of Our Environment or CHM 101 General Chemistry Lecture or CHM 103 Introductory Chemistry Lecture (3 credits) 3 credits in Mathematics (MTH 131 Applied Calculus I recommended. May substitute with BUS 111) 9 additional credits may be chosen from AFS, AVS, BCH, BIO, BUS (210 & 212 only), CHM, CSC, STA, GEO, MTH, MIC, NRS, OCG, PHY, or PLS. *Six credits apply to Gen Ed Division N and three credits apply to Gen Ed Division M. Credits beyond 21 will be counted towards supporting electives. Supporting Electives (27 credits): 27 credits from the attached sheet, selected in consultation with your advisor Free Electives (8 credits): 8 credits of your choice. Option 2: Environmental Economics and Management Basic Sciences (37 credits): BIO 101 Principles of Biology I (3 credits) BIO 103 Principles of Biology Laboratory I (1 credit) BIO 102 Principles of Biology II (3 credits) BIO 103 Principles of Biology Laboratory II (1 credit) CHM 103 Introductory Chemistry Lecture or CHM 101 General Chemistry Lecture (3 credits) CHM 105 Laboratory for Chemistry 103 or CHM 102 Laboratory for Chemistry 101 (1 credit) NRS 212 Introduction to Soil Science (4 credits) BIO 262 Introductory Ecology (3 credits) PHY 109 Introduction to Physics (3 credits) PHY 110 Laboratory for Introduction to Physics (1 credit) GEO 103 Understanding the Earth (4 credits) CHM 124 Introduction to Organic Chemistry (3 credits)

3 CHM 126 Laboratory for Chemistry 124 (1 credit) MTH 131 Applied Calculus I (3 credits) STA 308 Introductory Statistics (3 credits) Concentration (24 credits): EEC 310 Economics for Environmental Resource Management and Policy (3 credits) EEC 432 Environmental Economics and Policy (3 credits) Plus two courses from below EEC 345 International Trade and the Environment (3 credits) EEC 350 Energy Economics (3 credits) EEC 410 Fish and Wildlife Economics (3 credits) EEC 440 Benefit-Cost Analysis (3 credits) EEC 441 Markets, Trade and Natural Resources (3) Plus any four courses from below Ecological Science NRS 301 Introduction to Forest Science (3 credits) NRS 302 Fundamentals of Forest Management (3 credits) NRS 304 Field Ornithology (3 credits) NRS 305 Principles of Wildlife Ecology and Management (3 credits) NRS 309 Wildlife Management Techniques Lab (3 credits) NRS 324 Biology of Mammals (4 credits) NRS 402 Wildlife Biometrics (3 credits) NRS 406 Wetland Wildlife (3 credits) NRS 407 Nongame and Endangered Species Management (3 credits) Soil and Watershed NRS 351 Soil Morphology Practicum (2 credits) NRS 461 Watershed Hydrology and Management (4 credits) NRS 412 Soil-Water Chemistry (3 credits) NRS 423 Wetland Ecology (4 credits) NRS 424 Wetlands and Land Use (4 credits) NRS 425 Wetland Field Investigations (1 credit) NRS 426 Soil Microbiology (3 credits) NRS 450 Soil Conservation and Land Use (3 credits) NRS 452 Soil, Water, and Land Use Investigations (1 credit) NRS 471 Soil Morphology and Mapping (3 credits) Geosciences GEO 305 Global Warming (4 Credits) GEO 468 Groundwater Chemistry (4 Credits) GEO 482 Innovative Sub-surface Remediation Technologies (4 Credits) GEO 483 Hydrogeology (4 credits) GEO 484 Environmental Hydrogeology (4 credits) Supporting Electives (13 credits): 14 credits from the attached sheet, selected in consultation with your advisor Free Electives (6 credits): 5 credits of your choice.

4 Environmental & Natural Resource Economics (ENRE), 120 CREDITS Department of Environmental & Natural Resource Economics College of the Environment & Life Sciences (CELS) STUDENT General Education (36) C: COM 100 (3) CW: WRT 104,105 or 106 (3) M: (3 cr. from Basic Sciences below) N: (6 cr. from Basic Sciences below) S: (3) (3) (15 credits from L, A, and F) L: (3) (3) A: (3) (3) F: (3) (3) Intro. to URI URI 101 (1) Intro. Professional Courses (9) NRS 100 (3) EEC 105 (3) EEC 205 (3) Communication (3) In addition to the General Education requirements. Must be 200 level or above. WRT (3) Option 1 Green Markets & Sustainability (GMS) Concentration (24) (300 Level or above) ECN 328 or 323 (3) EEC 310 (3) EEC 432 (3) (3) (3) (3) (3) (3) At least 15 credits in EEC; up to 9 in ECN or BUS Basic and Supporting Sciences* (21-23) MTH** (3) GEO 100 or 103 (3 or 4) BIO101/103 or 105 (4 or 3) CHM100 or 101 or 103_ (3) Choose from: AFS, AVS, BCH, BIO, BUS (210 & 212 only), CHM, CSC, STA, GEO, MTH, MIC, NRS, OCG, PHY, PLS. ( ) ( ) ( ) *Six credits apply to Gen Ed Division N and three credits apply to Gen Ed Division M. Credits beyond 21 credits will be counted towards supporting electives. **MTH 131 is recommended. May substitute with BUS 111. Supporting Electives (27) (See attached sheet for list of courses.) ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) ADVISOR Option 2. Environmental Economics and Management (EEM) Basic Sciences* (37) CHM 101/102 (4) or 103/105 (4) BIO 101/103 (4) and 102/104 (4) NRS 212 (4) BIO 262 (3) PHY 109/110 (4) GEO 103 (4) CHM 124/126 (4) MTH 131 (3) STA 308 (3) *Six credits apply to Gen Ed Division N and three credits apply to Gen Ed Division M. Concentration (24) Environmental Economics (12) EEC 310 (3) EEC 432 (3) Plus two of the following (6): EEC 345 (3) EEC 350 (3) EEC 355 (3) EEC 410 (3) EEC 440 (3) EEC 441 (3) Core Sciences (12) Any 4 courses from the following (credits beyond 12 will be counted towards supporting electives): Ecology NRS 301 (3) NRS 302 (3) NRS 304 (3) NRS 305 (3) NRS 309 (3) NRS 324 (4) NRS 402 (3) NRS 406 (3) NRS 407 (3) Soils and Watershed: NRS 351 (2) NRS 461 (4) NRS 412 (3) NRS 423,425 (4,1) NRS 424 (4) NRS 426 (3) NRS 450 (3) NRS 452 (1) NRS 471 (3) Geosciences: GEO 305 (4) GEO 468 (4) GEO 482 (4) GEO 483 (4) GEO 484 (4) Supporting Electives (13) (See attached sheet for list of courses.) ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) Free Electives (6) ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) Free Electives (8) ( ) ( ) ( ) 120 credits required Student Total Last Updated May 17, 2013

5 BS in ENVIRONMENTAL & NATURAL RESOURCE ECONOMICS APPROVED LIST OF SUPPORTING ELECTIVES Effective Fall 2013 BUS: All courses 200 level and above ECN: All courses 200 level and above EEC: All courses 200 level and above MAF: All courses NRS: NRS200, 223, all courses 300 level and above PSC: All courses 300 level and above STA: All courses 400 level and above AFS 210 (3) CHM 212 (4) MIC 432 (3) AFS 211 (1) CHM 226 (3) MIC 483 (3) AFS 281 (3) CHM 227 (2) MTH 132 (3) AFS 352 (3) CHM 228 (3) MTH 142 (4) AFS 355 (2) CHM 412 (3) MTH 215 (3) AFS 381 (3) CHM 414 (3) MTH 243 (3) AFS 401 (3) CHM 432 (2) MTH 244 (3) AFS 481 (2) CPL 210 (3) OCG 401 (3) AFS 483 (3) CPL 300 (3) OCG 451 (3) APG 405 (3) CPL 410 (3) OCG 480 (3) APG 413 (3) CPL 434 (3) OCG 561 (4) AVS 331 (2) CPL 511 (3) PHL 212 (3) AVS 333 (1) CPL 537 (3) PHL 215 (3) AVS 390 (3) CPL 539 (3) PHL 217 (3) AVS 412 (3) CPL 545 (3) PHL 430 (3) BCH 311 (3) CSC 200 (3) PLS 200 (3) BCH 312 (2) CSC 201 (3) PLS 210 (1) BCH 352 (3) CSC 406 (3) PLS 306 (3) BIO 201 (3) CVE 374 (3) PLS 332 (3) BIO 203 (3) CVE 375 (1) PLS 352 (3) BIO 286 (3) CVE 470 (4) PLS 355 (1) BIO 302 (3) CVE 471 (3) PLS 390 (3) BIO 311 (3) ENT 411 (3) PLS 475 (4) BIO 321 (3) ENT 511 (3) BIO 323 (4) ENT 555 (3) BIO 327 (3) ENT 586 (3) BIO 329 (1) GEO 210 (4) BIO 332 (4) GEO 210 (3) BIO 341 (3) GEO 277 (3) BIO 345 (3) GEO 321 (3) BIO 346 (3) GEO 370 (4) BIO 350 (3) GEO 583 (3) BIO 352 (3) MIC 211 (4) BIO 354 (3) MIC 306 (3) BIO 360X (3) MIC 333 (3) BIO 381 (3) MIC 414 (3) BIO 382 (1) MIC 416 (2) BIO 418 (3) BIO 441 (3) BIO 445 (3) BIO 465 (3) BIO 466 (3) BIO 467 (3) BIO 505 (3)

6 Curricular Maps BS in Environmental and Natural Resource Economics Option 1: Green Markets and Sustainability The following is an example of the typical course schedule for the four years for a student majoring in Environmental and Natural Resource Economics (Option 1: Green Markets and Sustainability). These are recommended course selections; there will be variations based on the course availability and schedule restraints. Some classes are not offered every semester. It is important to plan ahead and consult with your advisor to allow yourself time to enroll in the classes you wish to take. Option 1: Green Markets and Sustainability Year 1 COM 100 (Gen Ed EC) 3 EEC EEC GEO 100 (Gen Ed N) 3 NRS ECN 201 (Gen Ed S) 3 BIO 105 (Gen Ed N) 3 WRT 104, 105 or 106 (Gen Ed CW) 3 URI Gen Ed Elective Year 2 EEC Concentration Elective 3 CHM 100 (Gen Ed N) 3 MTH 111 or 131 (Gen Ed MQ) 3 ECN Supporting Science Elective 4 Supporting Science Elective 3 Gen Ed Elective 3 Gen Ed Elective 3 Gen Ed Elective Year 3 Concentration Elective 3 Concentration Elective 3 WRT XXX 3 Concentration Elective 3 Supporting Science Elective 3 Gen Ed Elective Year 4 Free Elective 3 EEC Free Elective 3 Gen Ed Elective 3 Supporting Science Elective 4 Supporting Elective

7 Curricular Maps BS in Environmental and Natural Resource Economics Option 2: Environmental Economics and Management The following is an example of the typical course schedule for the four years for a student majoring in Environmental and Natural Resource Economics (Option 2: Environmental Economics and Management). These are recommended course selections; there will be variations based on the course availability and schedule restraints. Some classes are not offered every semester. It is important to plan ahead and consult with your advisor to allow yourself time to enroll in the classes you wish to take. Option 2: Environmental Economics and Management Year 1 URI EEC EEC BIO 102/104 4 NRS GEO BIO 101/103 4 COM WRT 104 or 105 or Gen Ed Elective Year 2 ECN 201 (Gen Ed S) 3 STA CHM MTH CHM Supporting Elective 3 NRS Gen Ed Elective 3 Gen Ed Elective 3 Gen Ed Elective 3 BIO Year 3 EEC Concentration Elective 3 Concentration Elective 3 Concentration Elective 3 Concentration Elective 3 PHY CHM PHY CHM Supporting Elective 2 Supporting Elective 2 Gen Ed Elective Year 4 Concentration Elective 3 EEC Concentration Elective 3 Gen Ed Elective 3 Supporting Elective 3 Free Elective 3 Supporting Elective 3 Free Elective 3 WRT XXX

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