Master of Engineering in the field of Climate Change Engineering and Policy
The master of engineering (MEng) in the field of climate change engineering and policy draws from several areas of engineering study. The program is designed to develop students’ ability to discover the causes of climate change and determine how best to slow down and even reverse the process by adapting to and mitigating its effects with engineering and science advances and through public policy informed by such technology and science. Students explore the latest trends and issues in the field of climate change to gain the tools and skills necessary to stay at the forefront of this constantly-changing phenomenon.
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See the School of Engineering and Applied Science website for additional information.
The following requirements must be fulfilled: 30 credits in required courses.
|CE 6505||Environmental Impact Assessment|
|ECE 6699||Energy and Sustainability|
|EMSE 6290||Climate Change: Policy, Impacts, and Response|
|EMSE 6291||Greenhouse Gas Measurement and Reporting|
|EMSE 6292||Greenhouse Gas Mitigation|
|EMSE 6992||Special Topics (Economics of Climate Change)|
|EMSE 6992||Special Topics (Sustainable Technologies)|
|MAE 6291||Special Topics in Mechanical Engineering (Renewable Energy)|
|SEAS 6300||Climate Change Policy and Regulation|
|SEAS 6303||Climate Change Capstone|