Spring 2023
CRN: 14663
ECON 3190 - Environmental Econ

The study of economic aspects of environmental problems. Benefit-cost analysis is introduced and applied to problems in the management of air, water and other natural resources. Environmental problems of selected industries - including transportation and electric power - economic growth, population and environmental quality are analyzed. This course satisfies WMU Essential Studies Level 3: Connections – Local and National Perspectives Category.

Additional Information

Campus: Online Education
Schedule Type: Lecture
Instructional Method: Online Semester
Attribute: Ethical&Critical Thinking SLO           Local & National Perspectives           Planetary Sustainability SLO           Written Communication SLO

Prerequisites and Restrictions:
 ECON 2010  Minimum Grade of D  OR
 ECON 201   Minimum Grade of D

Instructor(s): Kim, Seong-Hee (Primary)
Hope, Jemima

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