Best colleges with Natural Resource Economics degrees

What colleges offer natural resource economics classes in 2024?

There are 4 colleges in the U.S. where you can study and earn a degree in natural resource economics. These are the top ranked colleges offering majors in natural resource economics based on the CollegeSimply ranking methodology. The average net price to attend these colleges is $24,473 per year. University of New Hampshire Main Campus offers the cheapest natural resource economics degree with an average net price of $24,507 annually.

4 results nationwide

The University of Tennessee
Knoxville, TN

The University of Tennessee

Public 4 Year

4 reviews

#1 Best Public Universities in Tennessee

  • 33,805enrollment
  • $21,880net price
  • 68%acceptance rate
  • 1170-1330SAT range
  • 25-31ACT range
  • 3.66Estimated Avg GPA

Michigan State University
East Lansing, MI

Michigan State University

Public 4 Year

6 reviews

#3 Best Colleges in Michigan

  • 50,023enrollment
  • $22,803net price
  • 88%acceptance rate
  • 1160-1360SAT range
  • 25-31ACT range
  • 3.72Avg GPA

Baldwin Wallace College
Berea, OH

Baldwin Wallace College

Private 4 Year

2 reviews

#10 Best Private Colleges in Ohio

  • 3,220enrollment
  • $28,705net price
  • 77%acceptance rate
  • 1043-1298SAT range
  • 20-27ACT range
  • 3.7Avg GPA

University of New Hampshire Main Campus
Durham, NH

University of New Hampshire Main Campus

Public 4 Year

0 reviews

#1 Best Public Universities in New Hampshire

  • 13,953enrollment
  • $24,507net price
  • 87%acceptance rate
  • 1120-1320SAT range
  • 26-31ACT range
  • 3.58Avg GPA

Applications Due Feb 1

Colleges for earning degrees in Natural Resource Economics can be found in the following states