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MA in Energy, Resources and Environment
The Energy, Resources and Environment (ERE) Program of the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies is an interdisciplinary graduate program focused on developing innovative solutions to urgent global energy and environmental challenges.
Organization Name:Johns Hopkins University
Degree :Master's Degree
The Program aspires to educate a new generation who will play leadership roles in the diverse array of global, national and local institutions that will shape the world's future. ERE faculty provide students with the intellectual framework and analytic skills to devise robust solutions to the daunting policy, financing, technological and governance challenges facing the international community.
A critical component of our curriculum in the Energy, Resources and Environment program is requiring that students take both energy and environment courses. This is consistent with our vision for the program, and means that no one can graduate as an ERE concentrator without being knowledgeable about the deep links between these two subject areas. An understanding of the "iron triangle" of energy, water and food security, the threats posed by global climate change, and possible solutions to these daunting problems, is a critical component of the ERE graduate's tool kit.