The world needs thinkers and planners skilled at anticipating and addressing environmental and economic concerns. You’ll have ample opportunities inside and outside the classroom to develop skills in critical thinking, oral and written communication, creative problem solving, and the use of cutting-edge technology. You are our future leaders – and we’ll provide you with quality educational experiences to help assume those roles. As a student in the Division of Resource Economics and Management, you’ll learn to embrace how people live, learn and work. Our programs include agribusiness management, environmental and energy resources management, and environmental and natural resource economics.