PH.D. IN ENERGY Ecological POLICY (PH.D/ENEP) Administered using the Center for Energy and Ecological Policy
I. Needed newbie Theory Courses: (2 needed 3-credit workshops)
ENEP 821 Technology, Atmosphere and Society ENEP 820 Worldwide Perspectives on Energy Ecological Policy
II. Methods Requirement: (6 credits of methodology course work are selected out of this listing of three-credit courses)
Courses satisfying the Methodology Requirement include:
ECON 801 Microeconomic Theory ECON 802 Macroeconomic Theory ENWC 615 Wildlife Research Techniques FREC 682 Special Analysis of Natural Sources GEOG 670 Geographic Human Sources and Science GEOG 671 Advanced Geographic Info Systems MAST 681 Remote Sensing of Atmosphere ORES 801 Optimization Models Methods POSC 816 Advanced Social Research UAPP/POSC 801 Processes of Social Inquiry UAPP 816 Advanced Social Statistics
For individuals who’ve strong backgrounds in immediate and ongoing expenses, the next three credit methods courses may be incorporated for the above stated list for selection:
ECON 810 Mathematics for Economists ECON 822 Econometric Theory ECON 823 Seminar in Econometrics
III. Social Science Requirement: (6 credits of social science course work are selected out of this listing of three-credit courses)
Courses satisfying the Social Science Requirement include:
ENEP 625 Energy Policy and Administration ENEP 626 Weather Change: Science, Policy and Political Economy ENEP 802 Electricity Policy and Planning ENEP 810 Political Economy within the Atmosphere ENEP 824 Sustainable Energy Policy and Planning ENEP 666 Special Problem: Topics in Energy Policy ENEP 666 Special Problem: Topics in Political Economy of the person’s Atmosphere ENEP 666 Special Problem: Topics in Sustainable Development ENEP 666 Special Problem: Comparative Ecological Politics ENEP 868 Research: Ecological Justice Issues ENEP 868 Research: Political Economy of the person’s Atmosphere ENEP 868 Research: Sustainable Development Issues ENEP 868 Research: Sustainable Energy Policy ENEP 868 Research: Sustainable Water Policy ENEP 870 Readings: Weather Change Politics and Policy ENEP 870 Readings: Ecofeminism ENEP 870 Readings: Energy Immediate and ongoing expenses ENEP 870 Readings: Energy and Gender ENEP 870 Readings: Energy Policy ENEP 870 Readings: Ecological Ethics ENEP 870 Readings: Ecological Justice ENEP 870 Readings: Political Economy of the person’s Atmosphere ENEP 870 Readings: Postmodernism and Environmentalism ENEP 870 Readings: Sustainable Development ENEP 870 Readings: Sustainable Energy Options ENEP 870 Readings: Sustainable Water Options
ECON 862 Topics in Industrial Organization and Regulation GEOG 622 Sources, Development along with the Atmosphere MAST670 U.S. Sea and Costal Policy MAST/ECON 675 Immediate and ongoing expenses of Natural Sources MAST/ECON 676 Ecological Immediate and ongoing expenses MAST 677 Worldwide Sea Ecological Policy POSC 656 Politics and Disaster POSC/UAPP 818 Ecological Policy and Administration POSC/SOCI 866 Special Problem: Issues in Disaster Research POSC/ENEP 868 Research: Ecological Policy POSC/ENEP 870 Readings: Ecological Policy SOCI 671 Disasters, Vulnerability and Development UAPP 611 Regional Watershed Management UAPP/GEOG 628 Issues in Land Use and Ecological Planning
Note: Don’t assume all courses across the above list can be found yearly.
IV. Science, Engineering and Public Policy Requirement: (3 credits)
Students complete the science, engineering and public policy requirement by choosing the 3-credit graduate course (including tutorial courses getting several for example 666, 868 or 870) within the natural science or engineering related prone to match the science, engineering and public policy requirement. The program needs to be taken with part of the University’s science or engineering faculty and could maintain the student’s research interest. Incorporated within this are (but aren’t restricted to):
BISC 631 Practice of Science BISC 637 Population Ecosystem BREG 666 Special Problem: Science Engineering Regions of Farming Systems BREG 666 Special Problem: Science Engineering Regions of Water Systems CIEG 632 Chemical Aspects: Ecological Engineering CIEG 636 Biological Aspects: Ecological Engineering CIEG 654 Urban Transportation Planning ELEG 620 Solar Electric Systems: Engineering and Science Aspects ELEG 628 Solar Power Technology and Applications ENWC 620 Behavior Ecosystem MAST 606 Sea Atmosphere Remote Sensing
V. Qualifying Examination theoretically, Methodology and Policy Analysis
Doctorate students are required to face for and pass the Qualifying Examination theoretically, Methodology and Policy Analysis following a initial year of study. The Examination is ready getting a committee within the ENEP core faculty that is chaired using the ENEP program director. Students acquiring a conditional pass or failing grade cannot continue further within the program until they’ve achieved a passing grade (based either on finishing remedial work or re-examination, as stated by the examination committee). Just one re-examination is allowed.
Mire. Concentration or Specialization Requirement (15 credit hrs, such as the 3-credit Doctorate Research Paper – ENEP 863)*
Courses not acquired out of this list under Section III. above allows you to produce a concentration/specialization. Coursework apart from choices indexed by Section III. may be incorporated while using the approval within the student’s consultant.
VII. Doctorate Dissertation (Includes 9 credits of registration for doctorate research supervision – ENEP 969)
The Ph.D. in ENEP is awarded upon the effective defense within the dissertation before a committee of 4 faculty, a couple of whom – such as the chair – needs to be selected inside the core faculty within the ENEP Program. A number of committee member needs to be selected from non-ENEP core faculty and could hold an appointment from another institution. It’s expected the outside faculty member from another institution with understanding in the regional concentrate the dissertation will most likely be selected once the research concerns an worldwide subject. The defense within the dissertation is transported out as being a public examination. The committee must determine the task represents a unique contribution for that field and meets standards of scholarship and research expected for obtaining a Ph.D. within the field.