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The Bachelor of Science degree program in energy and environmental policy (ENEP) is a STEM program that provides students with cross-disciplinary knowledge and analytical skills to address local, national, and global energy and environmental issues. Core knowledge of the major includes an understanding of underlying policy and economic frameworks for the analysis of energy and environmental problems. Familiarity with scientific and engineering concepts and research on energy and environmental technology is also provided.
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Students have the opportunity to earn a minor in energy and environmental policy by completing 15 credits in the ENEP program. To enroll in this minor, the student must have permission from the ENEP director.
Students will be prepared for careers in the areas of energy and environmental planning, policy analysis, management and administration, and research in the public, private and non-profit sectors. Students will be qualified to assume positions in local and national governments, international agencies, research and policy institutions, consulting firms, energy utilities, and corporate departments with responsibilities in energy and environmental matters. Energy and environmental policy is a burgeoning field with numerous career opportunities.