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B.S. Energy and Environmental Policy

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Concentration in Energy, Economics and Public Policy

​Students focus on the influence of policy and economics on the development of the energy sector with a special emphasis on sustainable energy development. Students learn public policy and economics , and how the private and public sectors can support sustainable energy and the environment. The concentration includes coursework across discipline's to prepare students for careers in research, environment and energy economics, and policy economics. 

Curriculum

In addition to the standard requirements for the B.S. in Energy and Environmental Policy, students cocentrating in Energy, Economics and Public Policy must also complete the following advanced coursework.

Required Advanced Courses

Choose 18 credit selected from:

ECON 300     Intermediate Microeconomic Theory (3 credits) Group C Breadth Requirement

ENEP 402     Electricity Policy and Planning (3 credits)

FREC 343/

ECON 343     Environmental Economics (3 credits)

POSC             350 Politics and the Environment (3 credits)

Students may only choose one of the following (3 credits):

ENEP 468     Research in Global Energy Policies (3 credits)

ENEP 470     Readings in U.S. Energy Policy (3 credits)

Students may only choose one of the following (3 credits):

ECON 422     Econometric Methods and Models I (3 credits)

MATH 201     Introduction to Statistical Methods (3 credits)

POSC 300     Data Analysis for Political Sciences (3 credits)

STAT 370      Introduction to Statistical Analysis (3 credits)

Advanced Course Electives

Choose 30 credits from ENEP approved list. See Undergrauate Handbook

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  • Energy and Environmental Policy Program
  • 278 Graham Hall
  • University of Delaware
  • Newark, DE 19716, USA
  • Phone: 302-831-0950
  • Enep-contact@udel.edu