Energy Studies, University Interdisciplinary Programs
The goal of the graduate-level Certificate in Energy Policy is to give students knowledge and an understanding of economic, law and public policy issues associated with the formation and analysis of energy-related policies, programs and incentives.
Why Consider an Energy Policy Certificate (graduate)?
Demand is increasing for a trained energy workforce in Washington in an emerging clean energy economy, including growing energy efficiency, grid modernization and energy storage industries in the state, and success in this growing field requires an understanding of the policy context of energy-related decision making.
Program Advising and Director
Arntzen Hall 308
How to Declare (Admission and Declaration Process):
Applicants will apply via the Graduate School. Admission to the certificate is based on available space with first preference given to students in pursuing graduate studies or careers in energy policy, analysis and planning.
A grade of C- or better is required for a student’s certificate courses, and supporting courses for certificates.