The College of Engineering's EST&P program offers two professional master's degrees in energy:
- Energy Science, Technology and Policy is a 96-unit degree that is completed in two semesters of full-time study
- Energy Science, Technology and Policy- Applied Studies is a 120-unit degree that includes 24-units of project and is completed in three semesters of full-time study
Both interdisciplinary degrees can be customized to align with your personal and professional goals. The four energy core (mini)-courses are the foundation of the EST&P program. Within your chosen disciplinary concentration you select among pre-approved energy courses offered by one of the six College of Engineering departments that are partners with the EST&P program. Breadth elective courses shape your degree by taking relevant graduate classes in the College of Engineering, and as appropriate classes from other CMU colleges and degree programs.