MFRE is a unique one year masters degree combining Economics, Policy and Business as understood from an Agriculture, Food, Natural Resources and Environmental perspective. This professional degree combines the economic rigour of a Masters in Economics, with the business elements of MBA programs, and equips you to analyze real-world environmental issues through applied economics and quantitative skills.
Develop core knowledge in Economics, Policy and Business, plus quantitative & data analysis skills applicable to many sectors.
Real World Experience
Apply acquired knowledge and professional skills to the real world through a 3-month Graduating Project and multiple high-level professional development activities.
Strategized Professional Development
Engage in a strategy to enhance core professional competencies through high-level workshops focused on 3 key areas: results, ownership, and communication.
Did you know?
alumni in more than 35 countries.
of MFRE students speak 2 or more languages.
specialized courses offered by the program each year.
Fighting Plastic Pollution and Poverty
Fighting Plastic Pollution and Poverty Rachael Sawer Plastic Bank April 8, 2022 - 3:30 to 5 pm
Land and Resource Access in the Era of Indigenous Rights
Cook’s Ferry Indian Band, Nlaka’pamux Nation
Land and Resource Access in the Era of Indigenous Rights Mark Podlasly Cook’s Ferry Indian Band, Nlaka’pamux Nation.
News & Stories
Beyond MFRE: Kat Jin, Sustainability Consultant at Pinna
From a UBC Sustainability Scholar with the City of Vancouver, to a successful Sustainability Consultant. Beyond MFRE is a series of interviews focusing on alumni and their life after our masters degree. From PhD candidates to managers in international companies, our alumni share their stories across sectors and industries.