The program provides deep understanding of the interaction between economic systems and the environment, and equips students with practical tools for internalizing environmental and natural resource considerations in policy and managerial decision-makings.
Study tracks: Non-Thesis (44 HUJI credits) / Thesis (32 HUJI credits) / Marketing Thesis (32 HUJI credits)
Duration of studies: over 2 years in both tracks
Language of instruction: English
Associated faculty research department: Environmental Economics and Management
Undergraduate degree from a recognized university as follows:
a. Economics degree (including Environmental Economics) – direct admission.
b. Accounting or Business Administration degrees – direct admission if the candidate has completed the following pre-requisites (some of the courses are offered online and some can be taken in Hebrew as supplementary courses in the Hebrew University):
|Course number||Course name||Syllabus||HUJI Credits||Online equivalent|
|71708||Introduction to Econometrics||https://shnaton.huji.ac.il/index.php/NewSyl/71708/2/||5||https://www.coursera.org/learn/erasmus-econometrics|
|71747||Linear Algebra A||http://shnaton.huji.ac.il/index.php/NewSyl/71747/2/||3||https://www.coursera.org/learn/linear-algebra-machine-learning|
*Securing a Supervisor in advance is not required. However, within 10 months from the beginning of the studies, the student should find a supervisor and submit a research plan, otherwise he/she can continue the program in the Non-Thesis Tack.
Non-Thesis/Thesis Tracks: Approx. $5,300 for international students per year / Approx. $4,300 for Israeli students/olim hadashim per year
Based on the department's needs, students may have a teaching assistant position, which provides income and exemption from tuition based on the extent of the position (100% position = 22 hours a week, 82% position provides 100% tuition exemption).
How to apply:
International Students (with a bachelor's degree from abroad)