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Students gain a broad understanding of climate change policy at the local, national and international scale. Students learn about climate change and greenhouse gas (GHGs) emissions projection scenarios, such as those developed by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC). The concentration includes coursework in social science, economics and statistical analysis, as well as science and technology, in order to prepare graduates for a research career or graduate education in climate change and long-term policy analysis and planning.
In addition to the standard requirements for the B.S. in Energy and Environmental Policy, students concentrating in Energy, Environment, and Society must also complete the following advanced coursework.
ENEP 410 Political Economy of the Environment (3 credits) Group C Breadth Requirement OR POSC 350 Politics and the Environment (3 credits)
Science / Methods: Choose 12 credits from ENEP approved list. See Undergraduate Handbook
Social Science: Choose 24 credits from ENEP approved list. See Undergraduate Handbook
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Students focus on the influence of policy and economics on the development of the energy sector with a special emphasis on sustainable energy development. Students learn public policy and economics , and how the private and public sectors can support sustainable energy and the environment. The concentration includes coursework across discipline's to prepare students for careers in research, environment and energy economics, and policy economics.
In addition to the standard requirements for the B.S. in Energy and Environmental Policy, students concentrating in Energy, Economics, and Public Policy must also complete the following advanced coursework.
Choose 18 credit selected from:
ECON 300 Intermediate Microeconomic Theory (3 credits) Group C Breadth Requirement
ENEP 402 Electricity Policy and Planning (3 credits)
ECON 343 Environmental Economics (3 credits)
POSC 350 Politics and the Environment (3 credits)
Students may only choose one of the following (3 credits):
ENEP 468 Research in Global Energy Policies (3 credits)
ENEP 470 Readings in U.S. Energy Policy (3 credits)
ECON 422 Econometric Methods and Models I (3 credits)
MATH 201 Introduction to Statistical Methods (3 credits)
POSC 300 Data Analysis for Political Sciences (3 credits)
STAT 370 Introduction to Statistical Analysis (3 credits)
Choose 30 credits from ENEP approved list. See Undergraduate Handbook
Students gain an understanding of the scientific and technical constraints and opportunities that are pertinent to sustainable energy development. The courses in this concentration bridge scientific and technological knowledge with an understanding of energy and environmental policies that influence energy technology design choice. Students are equipped with an understanding of government policy and economic
In addition to the standard requirements for the B.S. in Energy and Environmental Policy, students concentrating in Energy, Science, and Technology must also complete the following advanced coursework.
ENEP 426 Climate Change: Science, Policy and Political Economy (3 credits)
CHEM 103 General Chemistry (4 credits)
ECON 300 Intermediate Microeconomic Theory (3 credits)
MATH 241 Analytic Geometry and Calculus A (4 credits)
PHYS 201 Introductory Physics I (4 credits)