O'Neill Professor; Associate Vice Provost for Faculty and Academic Affairs
O’Neill’s master’s-level Energy and Climate concentrations will put you in a position to help meet critical energy challenges. In your interdisciplinary studies, you’ll focus on energy and climate policies and technologies—exploring the socio-economic and environmental consequences of both.
Master the fundamentals, then add depth and detail—with multiple energy and climate degree avenues
You can study energy and climate through O’Neill’s MPA, MSES, or dual MPA-MSES programs. MPA students will focus primarily on economics-based quantitative methods, behavioral science contributions to climate change and energy production and conservation projects, and the application of qualitative and quantitative methods in community settings.
MSES students that pursue the Energy and Climate Change Science concentration can anticipate more quantitative coursework, more integration of science and policy, and technology-oriented classes covering specific energy and climate resources.