Energy and Environment
Provides students with the sector knowledge and analytic toolkit to develop and implement solutions to key energy and environmental challenges.
SIPA’s Energy and Environment (EE) concentration provides students with advanced knowledge on global energy and environmental issues and how governments, businesses, and civil society can lead effective action. You’ll gain a holistic understanding of how science, technology, policy, finance, and society shape energy, natural resources, and environmental risks and opportunities.
Through practical skills, quantitative and qualitative analysis, and multicultural interaction, teamwork, and collaboration within an international context, you’ll learn to become an effective leader in energy, natural resources, and the environment in both the public and private sector. When combined with the Data Analytics and Quantitative Analysis Specialization, EE constitutes a STEM-designated program. Learn more »
- Students must complete five courses as part of this concentration.
- When completing the core courses, students may mix and match energy and environment courses to create a course list specific to their interests.
- Course requirements can be found on the SIPA Bulletin.
If you have questions about any of the concentration requirements, contact the Co-Directors of EE or the Concentration Manager.
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