The Johns Hopkins Engineering for Professionals Climate Change, Energy, and Environmental Sustainability program equips scientists and managers with advanced tools to solve critical environmental challenges.
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Continued growth of the world's population, together with increasing technological needs, are placing a big strain on natural resources which may lead to irrevocable damage to the planet. Through interactive learning methods and online course delivery, instructors in this certificate program prepare students for leadership roles in areas such as climate change, energy planning, alternative energy, sustainable development, and pollution control.
- You must meet the general admission requirements that pertain to all post-master's certificate candidates.
- Your prior education must include a master's degree in Environmental Engineering, Science, Management, or a similar technical discipline.
- If you are an international student, you may have additional admission requirements.
- Six courses must be completed within three years.
- The curriculum consists of five core courses and one elective.
- At least four of the core courses must be at the 700-level or above. Electives may be substituted for a required course if the student has previously completed an equivalent graduate-level course, or can demonstrate competency.
- Only grades of B− or above can count toward the post-master's certificate.
- All course selections are subject to advisor approval.
- Any deviation from this program, including transfer of courses and any other requisites specified in the student's admission letter, will not be approved by the program chair.
Please refer to the course schedule published each term for exact dates, times, locations, fees, and instructors.
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