Requirements for the B.S. in Energy and Environmental Policy
The Bachelor of Science in Energy and Environmental Policy offers an exciting opportunity for students to prepare for academic and professional careers in the high-demand fields of energy, environment, sustainable development and climate change. Students combine courses in policy analysis, economics, the social and natural sciences, and engineering with a well-established internship program to learn in the classroom AND in the practical settings of government, industry, think tanks and environmental organizations.
In order to fulfill the requirements for graduation,
students must successfully complete 125 credit hours that fulfill university,
major, concentration-specific course requirements and electives, and must
maintain a 2.0 grade point average (GPA). All courses must be passes with a minimum grade of C-. These credit hours include a student
internship and senior thesis.
The University of Delaware requires all students to complete
the following ten credit hours of courses.
- Seminar in Composition (3
- First Year Experience (1 credit)
- Discovery Learning Experience - ENEP Internship (3 credits)
- Multicultural Requierment (3 credits)
All majors have Breadth Requirements to develop well-rounded scholars by introducing students who are familiar with
diverse fields and perspectives. The ENEP major has the following distribution of 31 credit hours of Breadth Requirements:
- Creative Arts and Humanities
- History and Cultural Change (6
- Social and Behavioral Sciences
- Mathematics, Natural
Sciences, and Technology (10 credits)