Save the dates for the third annual Energy Week at Duke, a student-organized event series exploring what's next in energy. Events will include the Energy in Emerging Markets Case Competition Finals (Nov. 6) and the Duke University Energy Conference (Nov. 7).
Energy & Environment
Bass Connections in Energy & Environment cuts across business, engineering, policy and science to educate tomorrow’s energy leaders, create new options through research and improve decision-making about 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 & Environment 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.
In addition to project teams, Bass Connections in Energy & Environment 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.
Receive individualized guidance on how to incorporate Bass Connections into your Duke experience.
The Duke University Energy Initiative runs the Bass Connections in Energy & Environment theme, which is led by Lori Snyder Bennear, Juli Plant Grainger Associate Professor of Energy Economics and Policy.