The dual degree prepares students to practice law in the area of environmental policy, where there is an increasing demand for professionals with both legal and analytical-quantitative training. The M.S. in Agricultural and Resource Economics requires 33 credits. Joint degree students in this program will also receive a Graduate Certificate in Economics, Law and the Environment (ELE). The J.D./M.S. in Agricultural and Resource Economics is a rigorous 4-year program, combining core training in law, a year of core training in microeconomics and econometrics, and two additional years of courses and workshops in environmental law, environmental economics, and other courses in both law and agricultural resource economics.
J.D./M.S. in Agricultural and Resource Economics
P.O. Box 210023
1110 E. North Campus Drive
Tucson, Arizona 85721-0023
Jennifer Pullen, Program Assistant
Program on Economics, Law and the Environment Website: http://www.ele.arizona.edu
Agricultural and Resource Economics Website: http://ag.arizona.edu/arec/