Investigate theoretical, sociological and practical approaches to the field of resource economics.


Resource Economics minors must complete 27 credits, 12 of which must be upper division. No courses from a student’s major can be used for the minor. 

Career Paths: 
  • state and federal government agencies that have environmental regulatory compliance responsibly or resource management and policy responsibilities; 
  • research and nonprofit foundations engaged with promoting sustainable and effective management practices; and 
  • private-based sectors that are impacted by regulatory compliance and government-based policy.

Additionally, the minor can assist students in preparing for law careers, educational leadership and interdisciplinary graduate programs.

Learn more: 

Contact Tjodie Richardson, our Undergraduate Advisor

Resource Economics
Undergraduate Minor
Department of Applied Economics
Class Location: 
Corvallis Campus
Ecampus (Online)
Contact Us: 

Contact Tjodie Richardson, our Undergraduate Advisor