Mark your calendars for the second annual Energy Week at Duke. Highlights include the ninth annual Duke University Energy Conference (Nov. 8), Energy in Emerging Markets Case Competition (Nov. 7), Energy Startup Demo Day (Nov. 9) and career development events for Duke students.
Bass Connections in Energy cuts across business, engineering, policy and science to educate tomorrow’s energy leaders, create new options through research and improve decision-making about energy.
Through Bass Connections in Energy, students at all levels and in all programs of study gain the knowledge, skills and experience needed to play leadership roles in a rapidly evolving energy future. Bass Connections in Energy raises the stakes for students and faculty by crossing boundaries through problem-focused education—boundaries among disciplines, educational levels and schools; geographic boundaries; and boundaries between the university, business, civil society and government.
Students interested in Bass Connections in Energy can apply to be a part of a project team, register for a course, enroll in a curricular program, participate in energy events and join a student club.
In addition to project teams, Bass Connections in Energy offers semester-long interdisciplinary courses.
Minor, Certificate, Concentrations, Ph.D. Program
Undergraduates can pursue an Energy Engineering minor and a certificate in Energy and Environment. Master’s students can opt for a concentration: Energy and Environment within the Master of Environmental Management program; Energy and Environment or Energy Finance for MBA students; Environment and Energy Policy within the Master of Public Policy program. Duke also offers a Ph.D. Program in Environmental Policy.
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