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Johns Hopkins Engineering for Professionals (EP) has launched an online MS program in Climate, Energy, and Environmental Sustainability that provides students with the knowledge, skills, and abilities required to lead initiatives that foster an enduring and sustainable future for our planet.

Solving the global environmental challenges caused by climate change, such as achieving sustainability objectives, meeting energy demands, and mitigating climate impacts, requires leaders with advanced engineering, science, and technology knowledge.

“The program aims to enhance interdisciplinary knowledge in climate, energy usage, and environmental sustainability. Its curriculum draws upon extensive research, including advances in public health, and transformative discoveries in engineering at Johns Hopkins,” says Professor Hedy Alavi, the program chair.

Students will explore the impacts of human activities, systems, and processes on the environment and learn how to develop solutions considering these factors. In addition, they will discover the strategies vital to preserving the climate and environment while fulfilling current and future energy needs.

The new program is one of 24 master’s degree programs offered through EP, a national leader in providing graduate-level engineering education that addresses the most current industry demands in an ever-evolving technological landscape.