M.Sc. in Environmental Economics and Management
Scholarships and Tuition Fee Waivers for M.Sc. Students in Environmental Economics and Management at the Hebrew University
The two-year Master program of the Department of Environmental Economics and Management provides the students with knowledge and training, focusing on economic problems in the areas of agriculture, food the environment and natural resources.
The teaching and research topics include theories of microeconomics and macroeconomics, public economics, governmental intervention to control environmental impacts, rational dynamic planning of production and use of natural resources, industrial organization, mechanism design, game theory, political economy, and more. Students participate in research projects conducted by the Department's faculty members as part of their master thesis.
The attached file has important information about requirements for international students who want to do an advanced degree with us.
1. 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 completed the following pre-requisites (some of the courses are offered on Coursera and some can be taken in Hebrew as supplementary courses in the Hebrew University):
Introduction to Econometrics
|71747||Linear Algebra A||Syllabus||3|
2. GPA of 80 or above (B on the A-to-D letter scale).
3. English language proficiency requirements: Upper Advance level, according to University requirements (as detailed in: http://info.huji.ac.il/en-overseas/english_requirements).
More information on admission requirements and registration to teaching programs of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem can be found in: http://info.huji.ac.il/en-overseas.
The teaching program spans two years, and offers two tracks:
1740 – Thesis track, 32 HUJI credits* of courses + a master thesis, supervised by a faculty member from the Department (students should submit a research program signed by the supervisor by the end of the first academic year).
1741 – Non-thesis track, 44 HUJI credits of courses, including a seminar.
* 1 HUJI credit = an academic hour (45 minutes) a week during a fourteen-week semester.
|Course number||Course name||Syllabus||Credits|
|71124||ADVANCED ENVIRONMENTAL ECONOMICS||Syllabus||3|
|71158||MICRO ECONOMIC THEORY||Syllabus||4|
|71159||MACRO ECONOMIC THEORY||Syllabus||4|
Mandatory-Elective (at least 9 credits)
|71183||SELECTED ASPECTS OF THE ECONOMICS OF NATURAL RES||Syllabus||3|
|71163||ECONOMICS OF GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT||Syllabus||3|
Elective (at least 6 credits for thesis, 16 for non-thesis)*
|71138||EXPERIMENTAL DESIGN AND ADVANCED STATISTICS FOR RESEARCH STUDENTS||Syllabus||4|
|71965||MULTIVARIATE DATA ANALY FOR MARKETING/AGRICULTURE||Syllabus||3|
|71983||ADVANCED MARKETING STRATEGY||Syllabus||3|
|71959||STRATEGIC JUDGMENT AND DECISION MAKING||Syllabus||3|
|71165||MULTIVARIATE DATA ANALY FOR MARKETING/AGRICULTURE||Syllabus||3|
|71985||OPTIMIZATION METHODS IN ECONOMICS||Syllabus||3|
|71108||SEMINAR (NON THESIS)||Syllabus||4|
|71196||RESEARCH SEMINAR A IN ENV. ECON.& MAN. (THESIS)||Syllabus||1|
|71996||RESEARCH SEMINAR B IN ENV. ECON.& MAN. (THESIS)||Syllabus||1|
|* Undergraduate courses can be selected up to 6 and 8 credits in the Thesis and Non-thesis tracks, respectively.|
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