ECON 3865 Energy Economics | UNB

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College of Extended Learning

Energy Economics

Subject Course No. Credit Value
Economics ECON 3865 Three (3) credit hours

This course is designed for students majoring in different areas such as economics, business administration, engineering, geography, political science and other fields, whose interests lie in the area of energy sector. The main objective of the course is to study basic economic concepts of energy consumption and production, the structure of energy sector, conventional and alternative energy resources, policy instruments and environmental issues in energy development. The subject matter of the course focuses on current and evolving economic issues in the energy sector, and also includes historical and political background.

Instructor: Dr. Yuri Yevdokimov (please contact the instructor if you need an up-to-date syllabus)
Prerequisite: Any first-year introductory economics course. For UNB students, this includes: ECON 1013, ECON 1023, or ECON 1073.

Course details

Students have six months from the registration date to complete the course. All course exams and/or assignments must be completed by the designated end date.

Assignments and examinations

  • 14 x Topic Tests (27% total)
  • 1 x Midterm Test (13%)
  • 1 x Final Exam (invigilated, 60%)

The exam(s) for this course will be invigilated on an approved date using Respondus e-proctoring software (LockDown Browser and Monitor). This is a free tool provided with this course, a webcam is required. More information will be given once you have been registered.

Fees and payments

Open entry online courses are subject to a $100 non-refundable/non-transferable online fee per course. Effective Sept. 1, 2022, fee will increase to $150. Learn more about fees and tuition or find out about the methods of payment available..

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If you have previously registered in this online course and wish to register again, please contact us at 453-4646 to complete the registration process.

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