Honours in Environmental Economics and Public Policy

Since course schedules vary from year to year, courses may not be offered at the suggested term. You may adjust your course sequence accordingly.

Suggested course sequence
4 years / 120 course units

Year Fall Winter
1st year
(30 course units)
  • ENG 1100 (compulsory course)
  • ECO 1104 (compulsory course)
  • PAP 1301 (compulsory course)
  • 3 course units from: ENV 1101 or EVS 1101
  • 3 course units from: MAT 1300 or MAT 1308 1
  • ENG1120 (compulsory course) 
  • ECO 1102 (compulsory course)
  • 3 course units from: MAT 1302 or MAT 1341
  • 6 elective course units
2nd year
(30 course units)
  • DVM 2105 (compulsory course)
  • ECO 2142 (compulsory course)
  • ECO 2144 (compulsory course)
  • ECO 2150 (compulsory course - previously ECO 3150)
  • PAP 2300 (compulsory course)
  • DVM 2106 (compulsory course)
  • ECO 2143 (compulsory course)
  • ECO 2145 (compulsory course)
  • ECO 2151 (compulsory course - previously ECO 3151)
  • 3 course units from: POL 2103 or POL 2104
3rd year
(30 course units)
  • PAP 3350 (compulsory course)
  • 3 course units from: ECO 2110, ECO 3149, ECO 4121
  • 3 course units from: DCC 3107, DVM 3125, ENV 1101, ENV 3101, EVS 1101, PHI 2398, POL 3175, POL 4173, POL 4190, SOC 3105, SOC 4310
  • 6 elective course units
  • ECO 2118 (compulsory course) 
  • 3 course units from: ECO 2110, ECO 3149, ECO 4121
  • 3 course units from: ECO 2110, ECO 2117, ECO 3130, ECO 3149, ECO 3153, ECO 4121, ECO 4136, ECO 4150, ECO 4190, ECO 4192, ECO 4193
  • 6 elective course units
4th year
(30 course units)
  • 3 course units from: ECO 4136 or ECO 4192
  • 3 course units from: ECO 3130, ECO 3149, ECO 3153, ECO 4121, ECO 4136, ECO 4150, ECO 4190, ECO 4192, ECO 4193
  • 9 elective course units
  • 3 course units from: PAP 4310, PAP 4315, PAP 4350
  • 6 course units from: DCC 3107, DVM 3125, ENV 3101, POL 3175, POL 4173, POL 4190, SOC 3105, SOC 4310
  • 6 elective course units

Notes

ECO 3145, ECO 3152 and ECO 3153 are strongly recommended for studies in the Master's in Economics.

  1. Students who intend to pursue graduate studies in economics should select MAT 1300 or the sequence MAT 1320 and MAT 1325 (this last course can be replaced by MAT 1322). A strong background in mathematics helps students succeed in advanced courses and graduate studies in economics.

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