Energy Policy and Climate
The Master of Science in Energy Policy and Climate will prepare the next generation of interdisciplinary professionals to address climate issues and sustainable energy systems. Graduates have a firm grasp of the science related to changing climate and global warming. They also possess deeper insights into energy production, delivery, and consumption for both traditional systems and sustainable/renewable energy alternatives.
|Course Locations||Washington, DC|
|Available 100% Online||No|
|Entry Terms||Fall, Spring or Summer semester|
|Degree Requirements||10 courses|
The Johns Hopkins MS in Energy Policy and Climate program teaches the management skills you need to navigate today’s carbon constrained environment. This includes helping you develop an understanding of policy strategies employed at the local, state, and national level in response to climate change challenges. On an international level, you’ll have an understanding of the multilateral agreements and non-US based approaches to both mitigation and adaptation to global warming.
Rooted in the Morton K. Blaustein Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences, the program is overseen by a faculty of distinguished instructors with valuable experience in the academic, public, and corporate sectors.
To earn the degree, you’ll complete 10 courses, including the capstone project—an opportunity to make an impact addressing a real-world energy or climate issue. In the capstone project, you’ll bring together the science, technological, law and policy knowledge learned during your coursework to create a final product and presentation to the environmental policy and climate community.
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