Students are required to maintain an overall grade-point average of 3.40 in major coursework.
Students must successfully complete at least 12 credits of coursework in the following courses:
- EREC 606H Land Economics Perspectives: Uses, Policies, and Taxes
- EREC 708H Environmental Economics
- EREC 715H Linear Programming and Quantitative Models
- EREC 756H Rural and Regional Economic Development
These courses will involve additional readings, writing assignments and tutorial meetings beyond those required for non-honors sections.
Students must successfully complete
- EREC 799 Honors/Senior Thesis (4 cr.).
This requirement involves conducting an independent research project under the direction and guidance of a Forestry faculty member. This requirement will include a public presentation of the research and a written thesis accepted by the faculty advisor and program coordinator.
John M. Halstead