Welcome to Resource Economics! A good fit for students with a variety of academic backgrounds and career aspirations, the Resource Economics major places a high priority on program flexibility and individualized attention. In addition to meeting the general education requirements of the University of Connecticut and the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources, students majoring in Resource Economics are expected to take a common core of courses, and may concentrate their studies in one of three areas of concentration, Marketing and Business Management, Environmental Economics and Policy, or International Development. Internships and study abroad are encouraged.
Click on the links below to learn more about the major.
- Choosing Courses:
Course List and Sample Course Sequences
- Jobs and internships: Internship Guidelines
- Getting involved:
Resource Economics Club
- Obtaining financial aid:
- Seeing what others are doing:
- Understanding our mission:
What is ARE?