The Institute carries out teaching activities as part of WU’s undergraduate, master’s, and doctoral/PhD programs.
BSc in Business, Economics and Social Sciences
Common Body of Knowledge: Future-Oriented Business (ZuWi) I & II
Elective: Environmental Economics
Free electives: Experiencing Sustainability
Researchers of the Institute for Ecological Economics are available to supervise bachelor’s degree students pursuing socio-economic research on environmental topics.
Students who begin the Master’s Program in Socio-Ecological Economics and Policy (SEEP) come to WU as economists, political scientists, businesspeople, biologists, sociologists, lawyers, or engineers.
They leave equipped with socio-economic theories and methods and an understanding of how the relevant disciplines intersect, and how to work across disciplines to confront global and local socio-ecological challenges.
Interested in learning more about specific people and current research?
Browse our directory of students to explore their research and learn more about their advisors.
Browse our directory of alumni to learn more about Ecological Economics students who have gone on to become leaders at universities, at NGOs, in business, and in government.
A complete list of courses offered by members of the Institute can be found here.