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The 36-credit hour Master of Energy and Environmental Policy (MEEP) program can be pursued full or part time. The MEEP degree program prepares graduates to assume positions in policy analysis, planning and administration in the public, private, and non-profit sectors or continue graduate study in the environmental and energy policy field at the doctoral level.
Students may choose among six specilaty areas: energy sustainability, water sustainability, environmental justice, political ecology, global environments, and sustainable development.
MEEP students complete 21 credits of required courses including two policy courses (taken in the first year), two methods courses, a six-credit social science requirement, and a three-credit science and public policy requirement. Students take an additional 15 credits of concentration or specialization electives, including the three-credit analytical paper or six-credit master’s thesis.