Minimum Mathematics Requirement (3 or 4 credits): *Group D Breadth
MATH 114 or higher is required for EEP and EES concentrations and is a prerequisite for other required courses in the concentration.
MATH 241 or higher is required for the EST concentration and is a prerequisite for other required courses in the concentration.
Second Writing Course (3 credits): Must be taken after completion of 60 credit hours. Provides students with the opportunity to develop writing skills through guided writing exercises. This requirement will be satisfied for ENEP students by courses that are required for the ENEP major.
Core Curriculum Courses (15 credits): Fundamental courses offer the foundation for energy and environmental policy study. These courses include:
ENEP 250 Introduction to Energy Policy *Group C Breadth
PHYS 143 Energy Technology and Society *Group D Breadth
ECON 101 Introduction to Microeconomics *Group C Breadth
UAPP 110 Changing the World: Role of Public Policy *Group C Breadth
UAPP 225 Crafting Public Policy *Group C Breadth
Advanced Courses (15 credits): Advanced courses provide opportunities for students to integrate and explore and research sustainable energy and environmental issues.
ECON 343 Environmental Economics *Group C Breadth
UAPP 325 Public Policy Analysis
Choose three of the following (9 credits):
ENEP 410 Environmental Sustainability: Economic and Policy Analysis
*Group C Breadth
ENEP 425 Energy Policy and Administration *Group C Breadth
ENEP 426 Climate Change Policy *Group C Breadth
ENEP 427 Sustainable Energy: Economics and Policy Analysis
*Group C Breadth
Capstone (6 credits):
Students choose from two options:
ENEP 485 Senior Seminar (3 credits) (See course descriptions)
ENEP 364 Internship (3 credits) (See course descriptions)
ENEP 472 Senior Thesis (6 credits) (See course descriptions)
*Note: All students are encouraged to complete an internship regardless of the capstone option chosen. ENEP 364 may be completed as an elective in the requirements for the concentration (see below).