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ECON302 - Environmental Economics

Course Details

Course Code: ECON302 Course ID: 4266 Credit Hours: 3 Level: Undergraduate

This course explores environmental economic theory and the relationship between market activity and the environment. The course emphasizes the use of economic analytical tools, such as market models, benefit-cost analysis, and risk analysis to assess environmental problems and to evaluate economic policy solutions.





Course Schedule

Registration Dates Course Dates Session Weeks
12/31/18 - 05/31/19 06/03/19 - 07/28/19 Spring 2019 Session D 8 Week session
03/25/19 - 08/30/19 09/02/19 - 10/27/19 Summer 2019 Session D 8 Week session

Current Syllabi

1. Define the role of economics in environmental management
2. Utilize modeling techniques to solve environmental problems
3. Determine market failure utilizing modeling techniques
4. Assess analytical tools to determine economic
5. Determine sustainable approaches through International Trade agreements

NameGrade %
Discussion Forums 25.00 %
Introductions 2.50 %
Mandatory Plagiarism Discussion Board 2.50 %
Lesson 1 Discussion Forum 2.50 %
Lesson 2 Discussion Board 2.50 %
Lesson 3 Discussion Board 2.50 %
Lesson 4 Discussion Board 2.50 %
Lesson 5 Discussion Board 2.50 %
Lesson 6 Discussion Board 2.50 %
Lesson 7 Discussion Board 2.50 %
Lesson 8 Discussion Board 2.50 %
Assignment 30.00 %
Assignment 1 7.50 %
Assignment 2 7.50 %
Project #1 15.00 %
Assessments 45.00 %
Quiz #2. 5.00 %
Quiz #1. 5.00 %
Midterm. 10.00 %
Final Exam. 25.00 %
Book Title: Environmental Economics and Management, 5th edition - The VitalSource e-book will be provided via the APUS Bookstore; hard copy not available from the APUS Bookstore, please try other sources..
Author: Callan
Publication Info: Cengage
ISBN: 9781439080641
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Book Title:Various resources from the APUS Library & the Open Web are used. Links provided inside the classroom in the Lessons section.
Author: No Author Specified

Previous Syllabi

Not current for future courses.