The College of Graduate Studies provides nationally competitive academic and research opportunities that will jump-start your research and your career. Throughout this site you can find information aimed at current or newly admitted students and faculty and staff. New students interested in seeking a graduate degree at the University of Idaho are encouraged to reach out and connect with faculty and to also visit our Graduate Admissions pages. You can also watch U of I Grad Workshop videos for helpful information about making this important decision!
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Originally known as Mineral Economics, our program attracts students from all over the world, and our alumni are known globally for their career achievements and qualifications. Students gain the skills necessary for understanding the complex interactions of markets and policy that influence the energy, mineral and environmental industries. The program focuses on applied quantitative tools and models that form a foundation for sound business and public policy. Graduate study in Mineral and Energy Economics at Mines offers a specialized program in applied economics that includes training in valuable quantitative methods. Our faculty are actively engaged in economic research applied to earth, energy and the environment.
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Info on how to do so is linked here. Therefore, a student with above a 3. Note that your upper division GPA starts calculating in the semester after which you have earned 60 college credits from any mechanism including AP, IB, etc. Once you have committed to writing a thesis, your major department will shoulder the responsibility for reminding you about important deadlines, helping you register for research credits if applicable , and providing you with general support.
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