MS in Energy Policy and Climate Admission and Application Requirements
- A bachelor’s degree from an accredited US college or university, or equivalent international credential
- A minimum GPA of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale
- Program-Specific Prerequisite Coursework:
- Applicants should have one semester of undergraduate calculus with a grade of B or better (or equivalent).
- Applicants should have one semester of descriptive statistics with a grade of B or better (or equivalent).
- Applicants should have one semester of general chemistry with a grade of B or better (or equivalent).
- It is highly desirable, but not required, that applicants have taken one semester of undergraduate microeconomics (or equivalent).
How to Apply
Congratulations on reaching this milestone as you work to further your educational journey with Johns Hopkins University. Here are the steps you will need to follow as you apply for your graduate program. Please visit the How to Apply page for additional information.
- Complete the Application.
- Gather and upload the required supporting materials.
- Submit the application along with the $75 application fee.
Required Supporting Materials
Please include any full- or part-time work, internships, and relevant volunteer history. Be sure to detail your educational background and any previous responsibilities related to your intended program.
Johns Hopkins University Advanced Academic Programs accepts official transcripts that are electronically sent directly from the granting institution and emailed to [email protected]. If your institution does not provide electronic transcripts, request that your institution send an official transcript directly to:
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In 500 words, please share with us why you are interested in pursuing the MS in Energy Policy and Climate degree at JHU. How have your academic and professional experiences led to your decision to consider this degree and how will it help you succeed in your goals?
Please identify two individuals, such as professors or supervisors, who can verify your professional and/or academic accomplishments. Submit your recommenders’ contact information within your online application. They will be emailed automatically with instructions to access the system and provide their recommendations.
Applicants who received their bachelor’s degree in a country outside of the United States or have international coursework are required to provide a course-by-course credential evaluation. Studying abroad may be exempt.
If English is your second language, you may be required to take the TOEFL or IELTS examination. Please note this program requires a minimum online TOEFL test score of 100.
Take the Next Step
Start or advance your career in the fast-growing energy industry. The online master’s in energy policy and climate from Johns Hopkins gives you a foundation in science and builds strategic policy know-how.