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The University of Delaware has the distinction of having the first doctoral and master's degrees in the combined fields of energy and environmental policy (ENEP) in the United States. ENEP has earned international recognition as one of the three best graduate programs in the field.
The ENEP degrees in the Joseph R. Biden, Jr. School of Public Policy and Administration are administered with the support of five colleges at the University: Agriculture and Natural Resources, Arts and Science, Business and Economics, Engineering , and Earth, Ocean and Environment. The degrees are intended for individuals who wish to focus their graduate programs on interdisciplinary study of the field of energy and environmental policy through the development of an interdisciplinary understanding of the interactions of society, resources, and the environment.
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Candidates who successfully complete the doctoral ENEP degree are prepared for rewarding academic or professional careers in sustainable energy and water development, environmental protection, climate change policy and green economics. Careers include energy and environmental planning, policy analysis, management and administration, and research in the public, private and non-profit sectors. Graduates of the program will be qualified to assume positions in universities, governments, international agencies, research and policy institutions, consulting firms, energy utilities, and corporate departments with responsibilities in energy and environmental matters.
The Ph.D. in Energy and Environmental Policy has three components: a 21 credit core curriculum, the development of a research area and the dissertation proposal involving at least 24 credit hours, and the writing of the dissertation.