Engineering and Public Policy offers a doctoral program for students with technical backgrounds, that addresses policy issues focused on science and engineering.
If you want to explore how engineering interacts with other disciplines to tackle the complex problems of today’s society, the EPP PhD program might be right for you.
EPP research spans many areas in technology and policy, including
- Energy Systems
- Climate & Environment
- Information Communication Technology
- Risk Analysis
- Design, Organizations, and Technology Change
Our graduates occupy high-ranking positions in academia, consulting, industry, and government.
More About the EPP PhD
PhD Candidate Nathaniel Horner interviews Professor Scott Matthews about the program.
For additional information on graduate admissions, contact:
Engineering and Public Policy
Phone: (412) 268-3303