100 Best colleges for Environmental Economics in the United States

Below is the list of best universities in the United States ranked based on their research performance in Environmental Economics. A graph of 476K citations received by 13.2K academic papers made by 103 universities in the United States was used to calculate publications' ratings, which then were adjusted for release dates and added to final scores.

We don't distinguish between undergraduate and graduate programs nor do we adjust for current majors offered. You can find information about granted degrees on a university page but always double-check with the university website.

1. University of California - Berkeley

For Environmental Economics

#3 in the World
Acceptance Rate
17%
Average SAT
1420
Average ACT
33
Receiving Aid
63%

2. Massachusetts Institute of Technology

For Environmental Economics

#5 in the World
Acceptance Rate
7%
Average SAT
1545
Average ACT
35
Net Price
$19,998

3. Carnegie Mellon University

For Environmental Economics

#8 in the World
Acceptance Rate
17%
Average SAT
1510
Average ACT
34
Net Price
$36,983

4. Arizona State University - Tempe

For Environmental Economics

#10 in the World
Acceptance Rate
88%
Average SAT
1210
Average ACT
25
Receiving Aid
94%

5. University of Michigan - Ann Arbor

For Environmental Economics

#12 in the World
Acceptance Rate
26%
Average SAT
1430
Average ACT
33
Receiving Aid
66%

6. Stanford University

For Environmental Economics

#18 in the World
Acceptance Rate
5%
Average SAT
1495
Average ACT
33
Net Price
$20,023

7. University of California - Davis

For Environmental Economics

#23 in the World
Acceptance Rate
46%
Average SAT
1280
Average ACT
29
Receiving Aid
74%

8. Harvard University

For Environmental Economics

#26 in the World
Acceptance Rate
5%
Average SAT
1520
Average ACT
34
Net Price
$18,037

9. University of Maryland - College Park

For Environmental Economics

#32 in the World
Acceptance Rate
51%
Average SAT
1375
Average ACT
32
Receiving Aid
67%

10. Georgia Institute of Technology

For Environmental Economics

#44 in the World
Acceptance Rate
21%
Average SAT
1450
Average ACT
33
Receiving Aid
73%

11. Ohio State University

For Environmental Economics

#46 in the World
Acceptance Rate
68%
Average SAT
1320
Average ACT
29
Receiving Aid
84%

12. Cornell University

For Environmental Economics

#47 in the World
Acceptance Rate
11%
Average SAT
1470
Average ACT
34
Net Price
$27,522

13. University of Florida

For Environmental Economics

#48 in the World
Acceptance Rate
31%
Average SAT
1375
Average ACT
31
Receiving Aid
91%

14. University of Illinois at Urbana - Champaign

For Environmental Economics

#54 in the World
Acceptance Rate
63%
Average SAT
1330
Average ACT
30
Receiving Aid
70%

15. Columbia University

For Environmental Economics

#57 in the World
Acceptance Rate
7%
Average SAT
1515
Average ACT
34
Net Price
$22,126

16. Yale University

For Environmental Economics

#58 in the World
Acceptance Rate
7%
Average SAT
1520
Average ACT
34
Net Price
$17,511

17. University of Pennsylvania

For Environmental Economics

#61 in the World
Acceptance Rate
9%
Average SAT
1515
Average ACT
34
Net Price
$24,167

18. University of Tennessee - Knoxville

For Environmental Economics

#62 in the World
Acceptance Rate
78%
Average SAT
1222
Average ACT
28
Receiving Aid
91%

19. Indiana University - Bloomington

For Environmental Economics

#65 in the World
Acceptance Rate
80%
Average SAT
1235
Average ACT
28
Receiving Aid
80%

20. Iowa State University

For Environmental Economics

#67 in the World
Acceptance Rate
88%
Average SAT
1160
Average ACT
25
Receiving Aid
93%

21. Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University

For Environmental Economics

#68 in the World
Acceptance Rate
66%
Average SAT
1270
Average ACT
28
Receiving Aid
66%

22. University of Wisconsin - Madison

For Environmental Economics

#69 in the World
Acceptance Rate
57%
Average SAT
1360
Average ACT
30
Receiving Aid
58%

23. University of Texas at Austin

For Environmental Economics

#73 in the World
Acceptance Rate
32%
Average SAT
1340
Average ACT
30
Receiving Aid
66%

24. Michigan State University

For Environmental Economics

#79 in the World
Acceptance Rate
76%
Average SAT
1200
Average ACT
26
Receiving Aid
71%

25. Texas A&M University - College Station

For Environmental Economics

#81 in the World
Acceptance Rate
63%
Average SAT
1270
Average ACT
29
Receiving Aid
81%

26. University of Minnesota - Twin Cities

For Environmental Economics

#88 in the World
Acceptance Rate
70%
Average SAT
1350
Average ACT
28
Receiving Aid
80%

27. University of Delaware

For Environmental Economics

#90 in the World
Acceptance Rate
66%
Average SAT
1240
Average ACT
28
Receiving Aid
89%

28. Pennsylvania State University

For Environmental Economics

#91 in the World
Acceptance Rate
55%
Receiving Aid
73%
Average Aid
$8,719
Enrollment
40,363

29. University of Pittsburgh

For Environmental Economics

#101 in the World
Acceptance Rate
64%
Average SAT
1332
Average ACT
30
Receiving Aid
78%

30. Purdue University

For Environmental Economics

#104 in the World
Acceptance Rate
67%
Average SAT
1295
Average ACT
29
Receiving Aid
61%

31. Princeton University

For Environmental Economics

#105 in the World
Acceptance Rate
6%
Average SAT
1510
Average ACT
34
Net Price
$18,685

32. Duke University

For Environmental Economics

#106 in the World
Acceptance Rate
8%
Average SAT
1520
Average ACT
35
Net Price
$26,932

33. University of Colorado Boulder

For Environmental Economics

#116 in the World
Acceptance Rate
84%
Average SAT
1240
Average ACT
28
Receiving Aid
67%

34. University of Washington - Seattle

For Environmental Economics

#118 in the World
Acceptance Rate
56%
Average SAT
1327
Average ACT
30
Receiving Aid
56%

35. New York University

For Environmental Economics

#126 in the World
Acceptance Rate
21%
Average SAT
1455
Average ACT
33
Net Price
$45,417

36. University of Massachusetts - Amherst

For Environmental Economics

#144 in the World
Acceptance Rate
65%
Average SAT
1295
Average ACT
30
Receiving Aid
90%

37. Portland State University

For Environmental Economics

#151 in the World
Acceptance Rate
95%
Average SAT
1095
Average ACT
21
Receiving Aid
84%

38. Oregon State University

For Environmental Economics

#156 in the World
Acceptance Rate
82%
Average SAT
1195
Average ACT
25
Receiving Aid
88%

39. North Carolina State University at Raleigh

For Environmental Economics

#160 in the World
Acceptance Rate
46%
Average SAT
1320
Average ACT
30
Receiving Aid
68%

40. University of Vermont

For Environmental Economics

#163 in the World
Acceptance Rate
71%
Average SAT
1255
Average ACT
29
Receiving Aid
96%

41. University of Central Florida

For Environmental Economics

#165 in the World
Acceptance Rate
45%
Average SAT
1250
Average ACT
28
Receiving Aid
94%

42. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

For Environmental Economics

#175 in the World
Acceptance Rate
25%
Average SAT
1385
Average ACT
31
Receiving Aid
64%

43. University of California - Santa Barbara

For Environmental Economics

#178 in the World
Acceptance Rate
37%
Average SAT
1345
Average ACT
31
Receiving Aid
60%

44. Colorado State University - Fort Collins

For Environmental Economics

#179 in the World
Acceptance Rate
84%
Average SAT
1175
Average ACT
26
Receiving Aid
81%

45. University of California - Irvine

For Environmental Economics

#186 in the World
Acceptance Rate
30%
Average SAT
1330
Average ACT
30
Receiving Aid
74%

46. Northeastern University

For Environmental Economics

#193 in the World
Acceptance Rate
20%
Average SAT
1475
Average ACT
34
Net Price
$37,738

47. University of California - Los Angeles

For Environmental Economics

#196 in the World
Acceptance Rate
14%
Receiving Aid
73%
Average Aid
$15,461
Enrollment
44,589

48. Rochester Institute of Technology

For Environmental Economics

#198 in the World
Acceptance Rate
74%
Average SAT
1320
Average ACT
31
Net Price
$36,514

49. Michigan Technological University

For Environmental Economics

#204 in the World
Acceptance Rate
70%
Average SAT
1255
Average ACT
28
Receiving Aid
99%

50. University of Virginia

For Environmental Economics

#209 in the World
Acceptance Rate
23%
Average SAT
1415
Average ACT
32
Receiving Aid
60%

51. California Institute of Technology

For Environmental Economics

#216 in the World
Acceptance Rate
7%
Average SAT
1555
Average ACT
36
Net Price
$26,591

52. Northwestern University

For Environmental Economics

#218 in the World
Acceptance Rate
9%
Average SAT
1490
Average ACT
34
Net Price
$28,344

53. Rutgers University - New Brunswick

For Environmental Economics

#221 in the World
Acceptance Rate
67%
Average SAT
1295
Average ACT
29
Receiving Aid
66%

54. University of Arizona

For Environmental Economics

#230 in the World
Acceptance Rate
85%
Average SAT
1220
Average ACT
25
Receiving Aid
95%

55. Johns Hopkins University

For Environmental Economics

#236 in the World
Acceptance Rate
11%
Average SAT
1515
Average ACT
35
Net Price
$25,241

56. Illinois Institute of Technology

For Environmental Economics

#248 in the World
Acceptance Rate
61%
Average SAT
1295
Average ACT
29
Net Price
$28,161

57. University of Southern California

For Environmental Economics

#258 in the World
Acceptance Rate
16%
Average SAT
1435
Average ACT
32
Net Price
$39,759

58. University of Illinois at Chicago

For Environmental Economics

#260 in the World
Acceptance Rate
73%
Average SAT
1140
Average ACT
25
Receiving Aid
85%

59. Dartmouth College

For Environmental Economics

#262 in the World
Acceptance Rate
9%
Average SAT
1500
Average ACT
34
Net Price
$24,525

60. Georgia State University

For Environmental Economics

#271 in the World
Acceptance Rate
82%
Average SAT
1145
Average ACT
23
Receiving Aid
95%

61. Syracuse University

For Environmental Economics

#275 in the World
Acceptance Rate
69%
Net Price
$47,177
Receiving Aid
88%
Average Aid
$25,864

62. University of Missouri - Columbia

For Environmental Economics

#279 in the World
Acceptance Rate
82%
Average SAT
1215
Average ACT
26
Receiving Aid
93%

63. Washington State University

For Environmental Economics

#280 in the World
Acceptance Rate
80%
Average SAT
1115
Average ACT
23
Receiving Aid
92%

64. University of Georgia

For Environmental Economics

#281 in the World
Acceptance Rate
48%
Average SAT
1355
Average ACT
31
Receiving Aid
92%

65. University of Nebraska - Lincoln

For Environmental Economics

#294 in the World
Acceptance Rate
78%
Average SAT
1215
Average ACT
25
Receiving Aid
93%

66. Louisiana State University and Agricultural & Mechanical College

For Environmental Economics

#295 in the World
Acceptance Rate
73%
Average SAT
1195
Average ACT
26
Receiving Aid
98%

67. University of California - Riverside

For Environmental Economics

#302 in the World
Acceptance Rate
66%
Average SAT
1180
Average ACT
27
Receiving Aid
91%

68. University of Connecticut

For Environmental Economics

#303 in the World
Acceptance Rate
56%
Average SAT
1280
Average ACT
30
Receiving Aid
77%

69. University of Miami

For Environmental Economics

#306 in the World
Acceptance Rate
33%
Average SAT
1335
Average ACT
30
Net Price
$31,726

70. University of Kentucky

For Environmental Economics

#308 in the World
Acceptance Rate
96%
Average SAT
1175
Average ACT
26
Receiving Aid
95%

71. University of Chicago

For Environmental Economics

#310 in the World
Acceptance Rate
7%
Average SAT
1535
Average ACT
35
Net Price
$36,584

72. Boston University

For Environmental Economics

#311 in the World
Acceptance Rate
20%
Average SAT
1405
Average ACT
32
Net Price
$29,154

73. University of Wyoming

For Environmental Economics

#314 in the World
Acceptance Rate
94%
Average SAT
1140
Average ACT
25
Receiving Aid
95%

74. Colorado School of Mines

For Environmental Economics

#327 in the World
Acceptance Rate
55%
Average SAT
1355
Average ACT
31
Receiving Aid
90%

75. University of Toledo

For Environmental Economics

#343 in the World
Acceptance Rate
95%
Average SAT
1098
Average ACT
23
Receiving Aid
97%

76. Florida State University

For Environmental Economics

#355 in the World
Acceptance Rate
32%
Average SAT
1285
Average ACT
29
Receiving Aid
96%

77. University of Texas at Arlington

For Environmental Economics

#362 in the World
Acceptance Rate
88%
Average SAT
1150
Average ACT
24
Receiving Aid
90%

78. Vanderbilt University

For Environmental Economics

#363 in the World
Acceptance Rate
12%
Average SAT
1520
Average ACT
34
Net Price
$25,804

79. Mississippi State University

For Environmental Economics

#390 in the World
Acceptance Rate
80%
Average SAT
1160
Average ACT
26
Receiving Aid
98%

80. University of California-San Diego

For Environmental Economics

#398 in the World
Acceptance Rate
37%
Average SAT
1375
Average ACT
31
Receiving Aid
60%

81. George Mason University

For Environmental Economics

#408 in the World
Acceptance Rate
89%
Average SAT
1200
Average ACT
27
Receiving Aid
75%

82. George Washington University

For Environmental Economics

#412 in the World
Acceptance Rate
43%
Average SAT
1360
Average ACT
32
Net Price
$40,308

83. Clemson University

For Environmental Economics

#413 in the World
Acceptance Rate
62%
Average SAT
1300
Average ACT
30
Receiving Aid
89%

84. University of Oregon

For Environmental Economics

#432 in the World
Acceptance Rate
84%
Average SAT
1190
Average ACT
26
Receiving Aid
89%

85. University of Nevada - Reno

For Environmental Economics

#442 in the World
Acceptance Rate
87%
Average SAT
1160
Average ACT
23
Receiving Aid
92%

86. Boston College

For Environmental Economics

#445 in the World
Acceptance Rate
26%
Average SAT
1415
Average ACT
33
Net Price
$30,192

87. Utah State University

For Environmental Economics

#453 in the World
Acceptance Rate
91%
Average SAT
1200
Average ACT
25
Receiving Aid
87%

88. West Virginia University

For Environmental Economics

#465 in the World
Acceptance Rate
84%
Average SAT
1130
Average ACT
24
Receiving Aid
95%

89. New Mexico State University

For Environmental Economics

#472 in the World
Acceptance Rate
63%
Average SAT
1050
Average ACT
20
Receiving Aid
99%

90. Texas Tech University

For Environmental Economics

#479 in the World
Acceptance Rate
70%
Average SAT
1155
Average ACT
25
Receiving Aid
86%

91. University of Utah

For Environmental Economics

#484 in the World
Acceptance Rate
79%
Average SAT
1240
Average ACT
26
Receiving Aid
87%

92. Washington University in St Louis

For Environmental Economics

#486 in the World
Acceptance Rate
16%
Average SAT
1520
Average ACT
34
Net Price
$27,233

93. Clark University

For Environmental Economics

#490 in the World
Acceptance Rate
47%
Average SAT
1250
Average ACT
30
Net Price
$30,617

94. University of Maine

For Environmental Economics

#501 in the World
Acceptance Rate
92%
Receiving Aid
99%
Average Aid
$10,842
Enrollment
11,741

95. Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

For Environmental Economics

#510 in the World
Acceptance Rate
57%
Average SAT
1400
Average ACT
32
Net Price
$40,661

96. Kansas State University

For Environmental Economics

#511 in the World
Acceptance Rate
94%
Receiving Aid
88%
Average Aid
$8,453
Enrollment
20,854

97. University of Oklahoma - Norman

For Environmental Economics

#515 in the World
Acceptance Rate
83%
Average SAT
1200
Average ACT
26
Receiving Aid
95%

98. North Dakota State University

For Environmental Economics

#518 in the World
Acceptance Rate
94%
Average SAT
1136
Average ACT
23
Receiving Aid
95%

99. Worcester Polytechnic Institute

For Environmental Economics

#519 in the World
Acceptance Rate
59%
Net Price
$45,834
Receiving Aid
100%
Average Aid
$23,536

100. Oklahoma State University

For Environmental Economics

#522 in the World
Acceptance Rate
67%
Average SAT
1135
Average ACT
25
Receiving Aid
92%

The best cities to study Environmental Economics in the United States based on the number of universities and their ranks are Berkeley, Cambridge, Pittsburgh, and Tempe.