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The accelerated ENEP 4+1 BS/MS degree allows advanced
undergraduate students to complete a Master's degree in Energy and
Environmental Policy while completing the requirements for the ENEP Bachelor's degree.
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The ENEP 4+1 BS/MS degree allows students to take 12 graduate credits (4 classes) while pursuing the undergraduate degree. These credits will be dual-counted towards both the B.S. and M.S. degrees. The 4+1 program also allows students to take 3 additional graduate credits (1 class) while pursuing the undergraduate degree that will count only for graduate credit towards the M.S. degree. A more detailed breakdown is provided on the ENEP BS, MEEP, and 4+1 Plan Comparison Chart.
The following courses should be taken during the undergraduate portion of the program:
**Please see the ENEP MEEP graduate handbook for a list of approved classes
Overall, students pursuing the ENEP Bachelors of Science degree will be able to complete 15 credits of graduate work, 12 of which will be dual counted for both the B.S. and M.S. degrees. Students are required to attain a grade of B or better in the two core required courses (ENEP 625 and ENEP 810), a grade of B- or better in all other graduate coursework, and maintain a minimum 3.0 GPA.
Upon completion of the ENEP Bachelor of Science degree, students will need to take an additional 21 graduate credits in the remaining year of graduate work. Students will work closely with a graduate advisor in selecting courses these courses.
The following courses should be taken in your last year of graduate work:
At the end of one year of graduate study, students will have completed 36 total graduate credits and will have successfully attained the a Master's in Energy and Environmental Policy.
If you are interested in applying for the ENEP 4+1 BS/MS
degree you should express your interest to your undergraduate advisor in the
ENEP program or get in touch with the ENEP 4+1 program director Dr. Shah at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The following criteria are set up to ensure that the ENEP 4+1 Program can meet its academic and research goals while being responsive to the diverse background of prospective students. They are intended to assess a prospective student's motivation, interest and ability to perform successfully in the ENEP 4+1 Program.
Applications for the ENEP 4+1 Program are due not later than November 1. You must apply by no later than the fall of your junior year in order to complete the requirements for the dual degree on time.
The following application materials are required:
*Applicants should take the GRE by no later than December of their Junior year. The GRE requirement can be waived for those students with a GPA of 3.5 or greater.