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B.S. Energy and Environmental Policy

Concentration in Energy, Environment and Society

​Students gain a broad understanding of climate change policy at the local, national and international scale. Students learn about climate change and greenhouse gas (GHGs) emissions projection scenarios, such as those developed by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC). The concentration includes coursework in social science, economics and statistical analysis, as well as science and technology, in order to prepare graduates for a research career or graduate education in climate change and long-term policy analysis and planning.

Curriculum

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

Required Advanced Courses

  • ENEP 410   Political Economy of the Environment (3 credits) Group C Breadth Requirement OR POSC 350     Politics and the Environment (3 credits)

  • ENEP 426   Climate: Science, Policy and Political Economy (3 credits) Group C Breadth Requirement
  • ECON 343/APEC 343   Environmental Economics (3 credits)
  • ECON 300 Intermediate Microeconomic Theory (3 credits) Group C Breadth Requirement

Advanced Course Electives

Science / Methods: Choose 12 credits from ENEP approved list. See Undergraduate Handbook

Social Science: Choose 24 credits from ENEP approved list. See Undergraduate Handbook

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