Welcome to Energy Science, Technology & Policy
Effective solutions to energy problems come from engineers and technical managers who understand the interdisciplinary challenges of energy, and who are well-informed on the broad issues of energy supply, demand, storage, utilization, policy, sustainability, and the environment.
Carnegie Mellon's Energy Science, Technology and Policy (EST&P) program offers distinctive Master of Science degrees based in engineering, aligned with new discoveries in science, attuned to sustainability and the environment, and informed by a broader perspective in economics and public policy. EST&P is an interdisciplinary engineering degree program of the College of Engineering in association with the Scott Institute for Energy Innovation.
This video offers a glimpse of EST&P student experiences and their thoughts on Energy and CMU (open in new tab):