By Liz SeubertPrint
October 18, 2012
Stony Brook University is recruiting students for a new program in Energy Technology and Policy (ETP) that leads to a master’s degree in Technological Systems Management.
ETP is designed for students, including mid-career professionals, who are interested in energy issues from the perspectives of corporations, government, and non-governmental organizations. College graduates from any science and engineering disciplines are welcome to apply.
Core courses on technology management, decision making, public policy, and business strategy;
Topical courses including alternative energies, electric power systems, smart grids, and environmental planning and management; and
Method courses including engineering economics, statistics and data analysis, and policy analysis.
ETP is offered as both a part-time and full-time program, and has a flexible curriculum to accommodate the needs and interests of individual students.
Degree requirements include at least 30 post-baccalaureate credits, four core courses, completion of a keystone project, and five elective courses which include one from each of five specific groups.
2012-3421 | INT/EXT | Media & Communications Office
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