Master of Arts in the field of International Affairs, Global Energy and Environmental Policy Concentration

See note regarding special topics and LAW courses.*

Global Energy and Environmental Policy (GEEP)

Required—two from the following (6 credits)
ECON 6295Special Topics (Energy Economics)
IAFF 6151Environmental Policy
IAFF 6158Special Topics in International Science and Technology Policy (Energy Policy)
PPPA 6066U.S. Environmental Policy
Supporting courses (6 credits)
EMSE 6260Energy Management
EMSE 6290Climate Change: Policy, Impacts, and Response
IAFF 6118Special Topics in International Affairs (Managing the World's Water)
IAFF 6141International Science and Technology Policy Cornerstone
IAFF 6186Special Topics in Security Policy Studies (Environmental Security)
IAFF 6186Special Topics in Security Policy Studies (Energy Security)
IAFF 6198Special Topics in International Trade and Investment Policy (International Climate Change Policy)
IAFF 6378Special Topics in Middle East Studies (Oil: Industry, Economy, Society)
IAFF 6501Quantitative Analysis for International Affairs Practitioners
IBUS 4900Special Topics (Global Energy)
IBUS 6400Oil: Industry, Economy, and Society
LAW 6454International Environmental Law *
LAW 6455International Climate Change Law *
LAW 6460Environment and Energy Policy Practicum *
PUBH 6122Protecting Public Health and the Environment: Policies, Politics, and Programs
PUBH 6130Sustainable Energy and the Environment
Suggested skills courses (credits count toward the skills course requirement for the master's program)
IAFF 6503Professional Skills II (1 credit)
PUBH 6262Introduction to Geographic Information Systems (1 credit)
PUBH 6263Advanced GIS (1 credit)

*Specific subject matter covered in special/selected topics courses varies by semester. Consult the Schedule of Classes for each semester's offerings. Topics courses not listed here may be used to fulfill program requirements if approved by the Program Director.

Law School courses—Students may, with permission of their advisor, include courses in the Law School in their major field. Enrolling in a LAW course also requires permission of the Law School dean of students. Students should consult the Elliott School Office of Academic Advising and Student Services office before enrolling in LAW courses.