The B.Econ. Honours Concentration in Natural Resources, Environment, and Economy is normally completed during the last three of four years of full-time study and provides a rigorous and intensive grounding in the economics, geography, and politics of natural resources and the environment. This concentration is recommended to individuals who have a strong interest in environmental and natural resource issues and plan to pursue a career in business, government, education, law, or the non-profit sector.

Recommended Course Pattern

Year 2 Year 3 Year 4
Fall Winter Fall Winter Fall Winter
GEOG 2200 GEOG 3022 0.5 credit from: ECON 4407, GEOG 4004, TSES 4001
GEOG 2300 PSCI 3801 0.5 credit from: ERTH 4303, EURR 4005 (no longer offered), GEOG 3209, GEOG 4022, PSCI 4808, TSES 3002
ECON 3803 ECON 3804
Concentration and (non-concentration) elective courses may be re-distributed to some extent across years. As a general rule, students should schedule concentration courses first and elective courses second for a given year.