Ms in applied and resource economics in University of connecticut
Study may be undertaken in four broad areas, namely Food Marketing and Industrial Organization, Environmental and Resource Economics, Health Economics, and Economic Development. Examples of sub-areas of specialization include prices and market performance, production economics, applied econometrics and statistics, environmental economics, benefit-cost analysis, economics of recreation, natural resource economics, economics of fisheries and aquaculture, sustainable economic development, and agricultural and resource policies.
A baccalaureate degree or its equivalent from a regionally accredited college or university, Official Transcripts, TOEFL: 79 (Internet-based test - iBT), 550 ( Old Paper-based test - PBT), IELTS-6.5, PTE-53
Careers as economists in public agencies, federal and state government; as Environment and natural resource economists workinng for agencies that deal wildlife, public lands, the environment, or budget development.