Environmental Economics and Management
The Environmental Economics and Management (EEM) major is designed to prepare students for the efficient and productive management of natural and environmental resources. Students receive excellent functional training and learn skills in the areas of environmental science, policy and economics.
Prepares students to assess sustainable solutions to resource and environmental issues.
- Environmental consultant - median annual salary of $67,490
- Project manager - median annual salary of $90,130
- Resource policy advocate - median annual salary of $112,190
- Resource manager - median annual salary of $63,455