University of Maryland

Maryland offers a certificate in ecological economics that can be obtained in conjunction with earning a masters or doctorate in Marine, Estuarine, and Environmental Studies; Agricultural and Resource Economics; Public Affairs; Conservation Biology; Geography; and Zoology.

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2 Responses to University of Maryland

  1. Seyed Siavash Bassam says:

    I am a second year graduate student in Environmental Engineering at university of Tehran, Iran. I want to persue my education, and my area of interest is Dynamic Modeling of environmen, and it’s interaction with econimic issues. Is there any hope to be considered as a PhD candidate at your university?

  2. Martha says:

    I have a BSc. in Wildlife Mangement and a Masters in Environmental Planning and Mangement, how can I enroll for a PhD program that will enable me study environmental economics?

    Martha Nzisa

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