Energy Management & Policy, Certificate
The Certificate in Energy Management and Policy is offered through the Kleinman Center for Energy Policy at PennDesign. This certificate draws on the interdisciplinary nature of energy policy education at Penn, and draws from a comprehensive set of courses across several schools at Penn, with a foundational offering in the Weitzman School of Design. The certificate is intended for professional graduate students currently enrolled at the University interested in adding an understanding of energy policy to their list of educational qualifications.
A total of 5 course units are required to complete the Certificate program.
|Required Course 1||1|
|Introduction to Energy Policy|
|Foundation Courses (Choose one)||1|
|Topics in Energy Policy|
|Ideas in Energy Policy|
|Climate Policy and Technology|
|Energy, Waste and the Environment|
|Track Courses (Choose three from within a single track) 2||3|
|Track: Energy, Markets, Risk, and Finance|
|Risk Analysis and Environmental Management|
|Energy Markets & Policy|
|Public Finance and Public Policy|
|Electricity and Systems Markets|
|Track: Regional Energy Planning|
|Introduction to Environmental Planning & Policy|
|Advance Transportation Seminar|
|Topics in Theory and Design|
|Cities and Sustainability|
|Track: Energy Law and Policy|
|Developing Environmental Policy|
|Land Use Law|
|Energy Law & Climate Change|
|Regulatory Law and Policy|
|Environmental Management: Law and Policy|
|Energy Systems and Policy|
|Total Course Units||5|
Substitutions must be approved in writing by the Director and submitted to the Weitzman School of Design Office of Student Services.
Alternative elective courses must be approved in writing by the director of the certificate program and submitted to the Weitzman School of Design Office of Student Services.
The degree and major requirements displayed are intended as a guide for students entering in the Fall of 2022 and later. Students should consult with their academic program regarding final certifications and requirements for graduation.